Dog Haus

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Dog Haus

Dog Haus

New to Sandy, Utah this month is the Dog Haus, which specializes in gourmet dogs, sausages, and burgers with all three served in their trademark King’s Hawaiian buns.  I had a chance to attend their soft opening a few weeks ago.  When it comes to a good dog, we are somewhat limited on our options.  We have Johnny Beef’s in Midvale for higher end dogs, we have a few chains such as Sonic or Weinershnitzel, or we have our own backyards for grilling.  Dog Haus gives us another option, and a good option at that.

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At the Dog Haus they love wieners.  I mean who doesn’t love a good wiener right?  Don’t expect to find the typical wiener here filled with who knows what.  They make all their dogs in-house and use good ingredients in doing so.  After my first bite, it was very clear the difference in quality.

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Here’s a few of the dishes that I tried.  As a side note I was so impressed with the last item that I’m going to picture that I brought my family back a week or so later in part to share in the joy that dish brought me, but also to convince myself if it was true or not how good it was.

Sooo Cali

Sooo Cali

The Sooo Cali dog is one of their wieners on top a bed of arugula topped with avocado, tomato, crispy onion, and a aioli sauce.  One of the subtle touches I enjoyed was how the bun was grilled for added taste and texture.

The Fonz

The Fonz

The Fonz sausage is one of their biggest sausages and it is topped with pastrami and melted mozzarella.  Don’t be fooled with the appearance of only 2 ingredients.  The flavor is really on the inside of the sausage.  It was fantastic.

Little Mule

Little Mule

You can see from my picture of the Little Mule that I wasn’t kidding when I said they use King Hawaiian rolls on all of their products.  They basically take 4 rolls and split then in half and grill them, then add the all beef burger and toppings to the middle.

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Finally we come to the last thing I tried and probably by far my favorite.  Let me get the picture out-of-the-way.

Tots, Cheese, and Haus chili

Tots, Cheese, and Haus chili

These tots take you back to a time in your life when you were in school and had glorious tots.  They were everything that represented goodness and taste from the cafeteria.  These tots are reincarnated and returned in a more pure and holy form.  They are that much more crispy, the melted cheese on top of them isn’t the gross gas station cheese, and the chili is beefy and flavorful.  Perhaps the one thing that left me most in awe and wonder was during the entire stay of my lunch, the crispiness never went away, even when the cheese and chili were on there.  Any other tots would have become compromised and succumbed to sogginess.  Not these tots.  They were just wonderful.

Dog Haus has 16 different sauces you can order to go along with your entrée, and they also have a nice selection of cookies and shakes.  We all need a cookie chaser after a good burger meal right?  Dog Haus is in a good location with their first spot on State St. just North of Fashion Place mall in Sandy.  The pricing for a hot dog was a bit salty coming in at $6 bucks for a specialty dog.  While more expensive than their national chain competitors and gas stations, they are also much better tasting and a higher quality.

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