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Hot Dog Destination Dog Haus Will Bring Two New Outposts to DFW

The ‘burbs will benefit from the California chain’s expansion

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Dog Haus, the California chain known for stuffing hot dogs inside split Hawaiian rolls, will bring two new outposts to DFW in 2019.

A representative for Dog Haus tells Eater that it has plans to open restaurants in Arlington and Burleson as part of a major national expansion that will double the chain’s size over the next year. No addresses have been yet chosen for the Arlington and Burleson outposts, which will join the first DFW location of Dog Haus that opened at the Richardson Restaurant Park in 2017. Ultimately, the chain plans to open at least 20 locations in the metroplex, though Arlington and Burleson are the only chosen cities as of now.

For the unfamiliar, Dog Haus is known for its inventively-topped hot dogs and sausages that are served inside three top-split sweet Hawaiian rolls that function as a bun. The dogs are topped with a variety of accoutrements, ranging from the typical chili and cheese to bacon-wrapped dogs slathered in cheese sauce and fried onions, or vegetarian hot italian sausage topped with avocado, arugula, and basil aioli. Burgers, sandwiches, and sliders round out the menu, along with sides like cheese-topped tots and cole slaw.

No word yet on when Dog Haus will debut its locations in Arlington and Burleson. Stay tuned for more details.