Dog HausÂ BiergartenÂ RichardsonÂ is the absolute wÃ¼rst! (Pun intended)
When it comes to hot dogs at Dog Haus Biergarten, the dogs are anything but ordinary. More on that soon…. Dog Haus opened in Richardson last summer, conveniently off Highway 75. If you drive by that area, you’ve likely seen the new strip of restaurants home to the Halal Guys, the Flying Biscuit Cafe and more. Dog Haus Biergarten is the first of its kind in Texas, so Dallasites/Richardson-area residents are in for a treat.
A specialty hot dog restaurant is hard to find in Dallas, and Dog Haus does a good job on preparing a large variety of menu items (with a bulk being hot dogs). And, the hot dogs are all high-quality, antibiotic and with hormone-free beef!
Several things make the Dog Haus dogs unique. First, the traditional bun is not a thing here. You can enjoy the sweet flavors of toasted King’s Hawaiian rolls each hot dog (or sandwich, if you order that). Second, many of the hot dog selections are California style, so you’ll see creamy avocado and arugula layered on top. Next, the company uses all of their own recipes so every hot dog is unique and delicious!
Choose from a variety of dogs, including the ones here:
From left to right:
The Cowboy:Â smoked bacon wrapped dog, cheddar cheese sauce, bbq sauce, crispy onions
Chili Cheese Fries: so worth it
The Fonz:Â spicy italian, pastrami, cheddar cheese sauce
From left to right:
Reservoir Hog: polish kielbasa, haus chili, haus slaw, yellow mustard
Sooo Cali: veggie smoked apple sausage, wild arugula, avocado, tomato, crispy onions, spicy basil aioli
Downtown:Â smoked bacon wrapped dog, caramelized onions, pickled peppers, mayo, mustard, ketchup
The burgers and sandwiches are worth noting, too. They’re loaded with different toppings and meats to fill you up. As shown below, the King’s Hawaiian rolls make a return!
The Mensch: white american cheese, pickles, pastrami, haus slaw, 1001 island
Holy Aioli: white american cheese, smoked bacon, caramelized onions, garlic aioli
Grab a side of onion rings or coleslaw tater tots, shown above. You can also choose from a few other sides like the haus chili, sweet potato fries and queso fries.
Chicken and veggie sandwiches, along with corn dogs, also make up the menu here.
Enjoy your meal on the spacious patio/biergarten, which is dog friendly. Yay! There’s a cute courtyard right outside the patio, owned by the property developer, that makes for a good photo ops for the adults. (Look for the tall wall of bushes – it can be Insta-worthy!).
Sunday Funday starts at 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. every Sunday, and weekday happy hour takes place Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m. Specials include $2 off every craft beer, wells and frozen drinks.Â Don’t miss out on the beer flights (starting at just $6), and 24 brews from across the U.S. are available.
Fun fact: every 60 days, a different chef collaboration takes place at the restaurant. Whatever menu item they come up with will be sold to guests, and every dollar of each purchase goes to No Kid Hungry.
Check out the website for more details on Dog Haus Biergarten.
(Disclaimer: My menu sampling was complimentary, and all opinions are my own.)