|Eat, Drink & Be Merry: Cori's DogHouse|
|Tuesday, July 3, 2012|
Take what you know about a hot dog and throw it out the window.
This isn’t the hot dog you buy at the grocery store.
Thie is a dog from Cori’s DogHouse.
“This is not what you put on a grill in your backyard,” said Cori’s DogHouse Owner Sean Sullivan.
Cori’s DogHouse gets their dogs from Sabrett, a company out of the Bronx, NY.
They are 100 percent beef, and have a heavy spice profile which leads to bigger flavor.
“It bursts with flavor,” said Sullivan.
Most store bought hot dogs are made up of a variety of types of meats, and aren’t as full of spices as what you can get at Cori’s.
You add that flavor to a New England style bun, and you have a whole new eating experience.
The New England style bun has been a staple for hot dogs or lobster salad in the northeast for years, but is not very well known in the south. It’s a thick piece of bread, buttered and grilled on both sides, then split down the middle to hold the dog and whatever toppings you choose.
The toppings are seemingly endless. You have 35 toppings to choose from. While there are tons of different combinations to choose from, Cori’s will make it anyway you choose.
Whether it be sweet relish, onions, chili, sauerkraut, or even a fried egg, Cori’s has a combination you will love.
If you don’t have a hungering for a hot dog one day, Cori’s also offers several different sausages and sandwiches to choose from.
If you still have room, you can order up a fried twinkie to cap off your meal.
Cori’s DogHouse is located at 401 S. Mt. Juliet Rd in Providence Marketplace. They can be reached at (615)758-6960 or you can find them on the web at corisdoghouse.com.
If you happen to be in Nashville, Cori’s has a location at 160 29th Avenue North. They can be reached at (615)329-9444.