Take a look inside Dog Haus, the new fast-casual restaurant out of California that specializes in gourmet hot dogs. Guests order at the counter, and then head to the dining room to sit at a barstool at one of the communal tables that feature exposed I-beams or grab a seat at one of the reclaimed wood and steel tables. The benches even have cute phrases such as "Nice Buns."
The 2,500-square-foot restaurant sits a block east of Hard Rock Hotel on the corner of Harmon and Paradise, in the space previously occupied by Johnny Rockets.
Dog Haus serves a menu of seven all beef skinless dogs served on grilled Hawaiian rolls make the menu. Look for the Sooo Cali, with arugula, tomato, crispy onions, spicy basil aioli and avocado; Downtown Dog, with a smoked bacon-wrapped dog topped with caramelized onions, pickled red peppers, mayo, mustard and ketchup; or Cowboy, with white American cheese, smoked bacon, barbecue sauce and crispy onions.
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