You might not expect Dallas and Fort Worth to have great hot dogs. Yet, considering that the area is home to a wide variety of cultures, it only makes sense that the German-inspired – yet undeniably American in origin – hot dog is somewhat of a specialty item in the DFW area. Here are a few of the best local hot dog joints in the metroplex, which the team at Verlaine on the Parkway Apartments likes to indulge in on occasion.
Fort Worth, Texas
For a delicious “dawg,” try Austin’s Underdawgs, a food truck that rolls around to various events and places in the Fort Worth area. Austin’s Underdawgs is named after Austin Underwood, a man with Down syndrome and a lifelong desire to be a chef. Aside from serving up delicious hot dogs, the company is noted for its philanthropy, especially when it comes to the advancement of people with disabilities.
Kuby's Sausage House
6601 Snider Plaza
Dallas, Texas 75205
For a more traditional take on the American hot dog, try Kuby’s Sausage House in Dallas. This German kitchen and European market serve handcrafted sausages that range from the common Polish sausage to more specialty Nurnberger, weisswurst, or knackwurst sausages, you can indulge in more than your fair share of German delicacies on a bun at Kuby’s Sausage House.
2726 Commerce Street
Dallas, Texas 75226
Last, but certainly not least, on our list of fantastic hot dog restaurants is Angry Dog in Deep Ellum. For more than 25 years, Angry Dog has defined gourmet hot dogs in Dallas, serving patrons its signature all-kosher Angry Dog with mustard, chili, grilled onions, and cheddar cheese. The signature dog and others are so good, they’ve been racking up the accolades since the early 1990s!
Making our residents’ lives easier and more enjoyable is a primary goal of ours at View at Kessler Apartments in Dallas, Texas. We hope that these new ideas add convenience to your day-to-day routine!