Haute diggity! Summer eats at Hank’s Haute Dogs.by: Chris Bailey
posted: Thu Aug 21, 2008 at 12:56 PM
So with summer winding down, I had to stop by
Hank’s Haute Dogs is the brainchild of
restaurateur Henry Adaniya, the man behind posh eateries like
Now you may wonder: of all the things to eat in
And their dogs are good, so good that they’ve often closed early due to high demand.
On the menu you find the standards: Polish and Italian sausages, bratwurst, chorizo, even a Portuguese sausage dog, treasured by locals for its garlicky goodness. What caught my eye, however, were their daily specials—rabbit, duck, even lobster.
The special of the day was a
As promising as this sounded, all ground up I couldn’t distinguish that my dog was made of the prized beef. It was still a solid sausage (photo, right), but a bit of a letdown since I could have got a fat brat for much less and had some change leftover for an order of Hank’s famous double-fried French fries. (Luckily, my companion happened to get some for herself. I snuck a few. They are good.)
The slaw that topped the
Coming up: hamburgers.
[Hank’s Haute Dogs is located at
Photos by Chris Bailey
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