Thursday, July 19, 2012
Bowery, new hot dog restaurant in Dallas, now open
Every handmade dog has its day.
Assuming you haven't yet had your fill of two-foot-long hot dogs at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, you can hop on over to Uptown this week to meet the new dog in town. Husband and wife team Richard and Tiffanee Ellman (Oak) and John Paul Valverde (Campo) have joined forces to dignify the quintessential American favorite: the hot dog.
"The burger has been elevated and now we strive to do that with the dog," Tiffanee Ellman explains. With that in mind, Bowery has committed to fresh, natural, quality ingredients, blending both global and traditional recipes such as the Chicago and the Dutchman.
Skeptical? I was. But the sausages are handmade (where applicable), grass fed, and organic. The buns are baked daily. The shakes and malts are authentic. And the space is reminiscent of the eclectic Bowery District of New York in the late nineteenth century, meant to transport diners back to that time and place. You can even wash down your dog with specially made champagne and beer cocktails.
Come taste it for yourself. Seconds, anyone?
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