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Dirt Dog

If you are a hot dog fiend, I highly suggest checking out Dirt Dog! They specialize in gourmet bacon-wrapped hot dogs.  They're originally from LA, recently opened shop here in Las Vegas and planning to open another location on The Strip:

Interior

Waiting in line

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Menu

#DirtyChiliFries- topped with their house-made beef chili

#FilthyFries- Guacamole, chipotle aioli, cheddar and cotija cheese

The fries with Dirty Corn (can't leave without trying one)- Mexican crema, cotija cheese, chili powder, cilantro, and bacon bits

From left to right- #DirtyChiliDog, #TheGreenDog, and #TheVeggieDog.  There are 3 types of buns to choose from: traditional, Lobster (their most popular), and Portuguese (get this if you like your bread semi-sweet).

Views- Their hot dogs are topped with onions, green and red bell peppers, and bacon bits

Our lavish meal

Glorious!

Time to eat

Beer, a perfect companion to hot dogs

Had to make room for dessert!  Here is Horchata Ice Cream- vanilla bean ice cream topped with house made horchata syrup, and rice krispies and almonds

Thanks so much Tiffany for showing us around!

Their hot dogs were phenomenal! From sampling the three hot dogs, I could taste each of their own distinctive flavors.  If you prefer a bold tasting dog, I suggest trying the #DirtyChiliDog.  #theVeggieDog is for all you vegetarians, and my personal fave was #theGreenDog, I really liked the chimichurri sauce they used on the dog.   Thank you Dirt Dog staff for the hospitality, can't wait to try other items from the menu next time!!


8390 S Rainbow Blvd #100
Las Vegas, NV 89139
(702) 550-4682

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