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Haute Dogs and Fries
Hot Dog Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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610 Montgomery St Alexandria, VA 22314
610 Montgomery StreetUSVirginiaAlexandria22314
$Hot Dog Restaurant, Fast Food Restaurant
Hot Dog Restaurant
Fast Food Restaurant
American Restaurant
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 7:00 pm
A creative play on the all American favorite, the hot dog, local sausages, handcut fries, lobster rolls, beer, wine, ice cream
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Gourmet hot dogs with housemade onion relish & locally sourced sausages in a modern, brick space.- Google
"It contains sautéed onions, mango-pineapple relish, and jalapenos."
"The restaurant is clean and the decor was fun with all the dog photos."
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Greg Boyd
a month ago
Absolutely love this place. I normally don't care much for Hotdogs (Burger guy here!) but I love what they do with them. The fries are good and the Shakes are great too!
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Juan Gil
4 months ago
Really good dogs about 4.50 a piece more or less. Lots of varieties. Fries or decent. I'll definitely be back to try other dogs
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Todd Holmes
2 months ago
Great vibe, great people, and great food (and more than only dogs!)
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a year ago
We thought this place was a terrific lunch spot. The service was fast and friendly. The restaurant is clean and the decor was fun with all the dog photos. We had the Haute Dog, the Plus the Dog and a basket of fries. Both dogs came on toasted folded bread instead of a bun. I think we prefer the bread to the bun, but the bread was huge. IT was probably 2-3 times bigger than the dog. Both dogs were good and the fries were great! I would especially recommend this restaurant to anyone with kids. It is a fun little place. There is 1 2-seater table outside; otherwise, all of the seating is indoors. If you are in the area and need a quick lunch definitely stop in at Haute Dog. AND they have a free standing Ms. Pac Man game! -Travelationship
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Kevin T. Roberts
4 months ago
I live maybe two blocks from this MEATing spot...if I had my druthers, I'd move in. My first experience: I simply asked about their lamb dog, but ended up ordering another tasty morsel (the OBX).... a few minutes later the owner (or manager, I can't remember) brought out the lamb dog split into two for my wife and I to try. My wife is a vegetarian but I am not so, I did what any decent American would and consumed it like like a great white shark at seal island. I've since tried a few more of their dogs and even their lobster roll and I have never walked away unhappy. If you do, you need to look deep within and search for answers...
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Alice Wang
7 months ago
Haute Doggy! I love a good hot dog and fries so when I heard that this place makes "the best hot dogs in Virginia," I knew I had to try it. Perusing through their menu, I opted for their signature hot dog - the Bombshell aka The Monroe. It contains sautéed onions, mango-pineapple relish, and jalapenos. There were a dozen other signature hot dogs on the menu. Some of them sounded really interesting and unique, like the Banh Mi (sriracha mayo, carrots, cucumber, jalapenos, cilantro) or Duck, Duck, Dog (hoisin sauce, scallions, cucumbers). All their hot dogs are made with natural all-beef franks and are gluten, dairy, and sugar free. They serve them in New England style rolls, buttered and toasted, but they also have gluten free buns available. Aside from hot dogs, they also have local sausages, a lobster roll, fish and chips, lamb sliders, and of course fries, be it cheese, chili, or sweet potato. I wasn't a big fan of the Monroe hot dog I ordered. The flavors were interesting but didn't mesh well for me. It's also a bit pricey for a hot dog, almost $5. However, I appreciate that they are creative with their flavors and use fairly common ingredients rather than try to be like one of those gourmet burger places that offer foie gras and truffles. Instead, you get hot peppers, chili, sauerkraut, BBQ sauce, banana peppers, weiner sauce, etc. Haute Dog and Fries also offers hand-dipped ice cream and handmade shakes, as well as the infamous "Eskimo Dog." Upside: your pooch is welcomed and there's free Wi-Fi!
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Stefanie Holmes
2 months ago
Delicious dogs and awesome atmosphere!
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David Petik
2 months ago
Good food, high price, small serving size. $11 for a dog and Mac & cheese.


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