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Hot dog restaurant Dog Haus cases out 2 locations in Dallas-Fort Worth
The city of Arlington is in line to get its own restaurant dedicated entirely to hot dogs. Dog Haus, a chain known for gourmet all beef hot dogs, along with sausages, Black Angus beef burgers, fried chicken sandwiches, and local beers on tap, is opening its newest Dog Haus Biergarten in Arlington Highlands, at 4000 Bagpiper Way.
According to a release, the Arlington location will open in late summer. It's the second location from DFW franchisee Ron Ryan, who opened the first in Texas two years ago with Dog Haus Biergarten Richardson, at 744 S. Central Expy., where the concept has been well received.
"Our Richardson location has been a huge hit, so expanding in Dallas-Fort Worth was a no-brainer," Ryan says. "We couldn't be more excited to introduce our chef-driven gourmet creations to everyone in Arlington and beyond. I have no doubt that the community will love Dog Haus’ all beef hot dogs, handcrafted sausages and burgers made with never-ever meat from Creekstone Farms, as well as our plant-based proteins from Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, all served in an energetic and fun environment where guests can enjoy their favorite local craft beers.”
Dog Haus was founded in 2010 by three friends in Pasadena, California. One of its cool signatures is its use of grilled King's Hawaiian rolls, which are soft and sweet.
Offering plant-based burger and sausage proteins is one of their signatures, and their Richardson location has been embraced by local vegetarians and vegans. Their list of beers on tap emphasizes local favorites. They also serve premium shakes.
At 2601 square feet, Dog Haus Biergarten Arlington Highlands will be one of the national brand's largest locations. It'll feature a full bar with 24 beers on tap, multiple high-definition big screen televisions, a covered patio with outdoor bar space, custom playlists, and more.
Additional locations are planned throughout Dallas-Fort Worth including a third Dog Haus Biergarten location at Lake Highlands Town Center in Dallas, with an expected completion date of late 2019.
Lake Highlands will be Ryan’s first ground-up project with Dog Haus, giving DFW area residents yet another destination for experiencing The Absolute Würst.