Dog Haus is a hot dog chain from LA that was brave enough to open a location in a city that’s highly opinionated about hot dogs. It was a good decision - the hot dogs here are really good, in part because all of them are served on King’s Hawaiian buns. The specialty versions, in particular, are delicious - we especially like the Scott Baioli (with caramelized onions) - and the drinks are highly affordable. The space is large, making this a good place for big groups of people looking to not spend a ton of money. They even have an off-menu Chicago-style dog you can order.
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