Many of you may be familiar with the funky hot dog statue when you walk around downtown. The first time that I walked in Dougie Dog, I was only expecting a fancy hot dog shop with the usual orders that you would get from any hot dog stand. But as I approached the counter and looked up at the menu, I was immediately dazzled by the different ingredients that they put into the hot dogs! Ingredients that you would not imagine such as mac & cheese, whiskey infusion and even pineapples! Besides the crazy but delicious ingredients, Dougie dog was also widely known for its $100 hot dog called the Dragon Dog. Many of you may be wondering what is in the bun that would give it such a luxurious price. According to CBC News, the hot dog contains “Bratwurst (a type of German pork sausage), kobe beef, truffle oil, drips of $2000 cognac, and Atlantic lobsters”.
Here are some of the other hot dogs
Dougie Dog is also well known for its fresh tap root beer.
Dougie Dog (dougiedog.com)
Address: 1011 Granville Street, Vancouver B.C.
Tuesday- Saturday: 11 a.m. to 4 a.m.
Sunday and Monday: 12 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Would you pay $100 for the Dragon Dog? If you have tried one before, how was it?