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Two Hands hot dog joint imports Korean-style corn dogs to Fort Worth
A new restaurant is coming to Fort Worth for fans of corn dogs (which is pretty much everyone): Called Two Hands Seoul Fresh Corn Dogs, it's a chain that does a unique Korean twist on corn dogs, and will open its first Fort Worth location at the Hulen Mall.
A spokesperson from their headquarters in Duluth, Georgia, confirmed that the restaurant was coming and said it was opening "very soon."
Two Hands was founded in 2020 in Virginia, and currently has locations open in California, Florida, Oregon, Arizona, Illinois, and Texas, with more in the works. They made their DFW debut in 2021, when they opened a location at the Asia Square Market in Grand Prairie. They recently opened a location in Arlington at the Parks Mall, and are set to open another in Murphy, east of Plano, in late February, with still another in the works for Irving.
Their menu features hot dogs, many encased with fascinating ingredients, such as Hot Cheetos and crispy rice puffs, some spicy, some sweet, as follows:
- Two Hands Dog with signature seasoning and Ranch sauce
- Spicy Dog, with spicy sauce and Hot Cheetos powder
- Potato Dog, with a corn dog wrapped in fried potato cubes, with "dirty" sauce
- Crispy Rice Dog, with a corn dog wrapped in crispy rice puffs
- Classic Dog, a classic Korean Style corn dog with ketchup and mustard
- Injeolmi Dog, which has bean powder and Two Hands sweet sauce
There's also a classic State Fair-style corn dog with cornmeal batter.
The standard is a beef sausage. There's also a spicy beef sausage. For a vegetarian option, you can replace the meat with mozzarella cheese, a mozzarella-cheddar combo, or else combine sausage & cheese. And a vegan sausage is in the works, listed as "coming soon."
Sides and drinks are limited but tempting, including "dirty fries" — Tater-Tot-like potato puffs topped with Dirty sauce and Cheetos powder. And four refreshing slushy style drinks include lemonade, horchata, pineapple, and fruit punch.