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LA Sausage Slinger Dog Haus Is Coming to Austin

The beer garden space will feature an outdoor patio, 24 beer taps, and full bar

A tray of hot dogs with colorful toppings from Dog Haus
Hot dogs from Dog Haus
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Los Angeles-based hot dog chain Dog Haus Biergarten is coming to Austin. The fast-casual restaurant will first open the Center at Four Points development found on Ranch Road 620 and Vista Parke Drive in the northwest Austin area. There is no opening date as of now.

Dog Haus’s Austin menu will remain the same as the other locations: beef franks, varying sausages from spicy Thai currywurst to beef chorizo/pepper jack cheese to sausage corn dogs on grilled Hawaiian rolls with creative toppings like chili, pineapples, avocado, crispy onions, and all sorts of cheeses. For non-frank items, there are massive burgers, sliders, a grilled or fried chicken sandwich, and an array of items made with Impossible Burgers and Beyond Meat sausages. Sides and sweets include tater tots, fries, onion rings, chili, soft-serve, and milkshakes

Other locations also offer rotating specials created by celebrity chefs like Iron Chef Stephanie Izard, so expect the same for Austin. There is the potential to have an Austin-only item as well.

The causal beer garden space will feature an outdoor patio, 24 beer taps, a full bar, and several televisions.

Dog Haus partner Quasim Riaz and the team is working with an unnamed local operator for the expansion. There are plans to open a total of ten locations in Austin.

Doghaus started in Los Angeles in 2010, and grew with many locations throughout California as well as the country, including several planned for Houston and Dallas

(h/t Austin Business Journal)

This article has been updated to include the number of planned Dog Haus locations in Austin.

Dog Haus Biergarten [Austin]

Ranch Road 620 and Vista Parke Drive, Austin, Texas 78726 Visit Website

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