2023, Prices may vary by location and are updated frequently.
Below are the latest Dog Haus menu prices.
|Chocolate Chip Cookie||$3.08|
|White Chocolate Macadamia Cookie||$3.08|
|10 PIECE IMPOSSIBLE CHICKEN NUGGETS||$13.19|
|6 PIECE IMPOSSIBLE CHICKEN NUGGETS||$9.60|
|20 PIECE IMPOSSIBLE CHICKEN NUGGETS||$23.54|
|Chipotle Honey Wings||$14.41|
|HAUS BUFFALO WINGS||$15.07|
|Beyond the Hot Chick||$14.18|
|IMP 6-PIECE NUGGETS||$8.59|
|Beyond Bad Mutha Clucka||$14.05|
|IMP 10-PIECE NUGGETS||$11.85|
|IMP 20-PIECE NUGGETS||$21.29|
Limited Time Offer ($1 goes to No Kid Hungry)
|The Uncle Morty||$13.92|
|BYO Beef Dog||$8.20|
|BYO Bacon Wrapped Dog||$8.76|
|BYO Impossible Burger||$10.56|
|BYO Spicy Italian||$9.27|
|BYO Beef Chorizo||$9.27|
|BYO Beyond Sausage||$9.51|
Sliders + Meals
Limited Time Offer
|IMPOSSIBLE NUG LIFE SANDO||$12.83|
|Take Bánh Mì||$10.32|
|Corn Dog Slider||$3.48|
|Sooo Cali Dog||$7.55|
|Chili Idol Dog||$7.60|
|Old Town Dog||$8.22|
|Chili the Kid||$9.22|
|BACON WRAPPED CORN DOG||$7.85|
Limited Time Offer Benefiting No Kid Hungry
|The Fonz Sausage||$9.62|
|Reservoir Hog Sausage||$9.34|
|Thai Fighter Sausage||$8.79|
|Das Brat Sausage||$9.33|
|Wurst Corn Dog||$7.96|
|Wurst Corn Dog Sausage||$7.81|
|The Little Mule||$11.51|
|The Bad Mutha Clucka Sandwich||$12.16|
Build Your Own
|Build Your Own Dog||$6.97|
|Build Your Own Bacon Wrapped Dog||$7.90|
|Build Your Own Sausage||$7.96|
|Bacon Wrapped Dog||$7.85|
|Build Your Own Burger||$7.73|
|Build Your Own Chicken||$9.68|
|Build Your Own Plant-Based||$8.28|
|Beyond Brat Sausage||$9.29|
|Sooo Veggie Sausage||$9.40|
any dog or sausage dipped in our haus made root beer batter
|Corn Dog Beef||$6.36|
|Corn Dog Turkey Dog||$6.43|
|Corn Dog Bratwurst||$7.60|
|Corn Dog Kielbasa||$7.60|
|Corn Dog Spicy Thai Currywurst||$5.70|
|Corn Dog Italian Chicken Mozzarella||$5.79|
|Corn Dog Spicy Italian||$7.56|
|Corn Dog Chicken and Pork Sake Sausage||$5.90|
|Corn Dog Beef Chorizo and Pepperjack Sausage||$7.64|
|Corn Dog Beyond Sausage Brat||$8.22|
|Corn Dog Beyond Sausage Hot Italian||$8.23|
|LITTLE MULE BURRITO||$12.85|
|THE FONZ BURRITO||$14.06|
|IMPOSSIBLE CALI BURRITO||$14.96|
|IMPOSSIBLE HAUS BURRITO||$13.79|
|BEYOND BREAKFAST BURRITO||$15.72|
ON THE SIDE
ON THE SIDE
|Chili Cheese Fries||$6.45|
|Chili Cheese Tots||$6.47|
|THE LOVE BOAT FRIES||$6.41|
|THE LOVE BOAT TOTS||$6.39|
|Sweet Potato Fries||$4.80|
|The Love Boat||$5.75|
choice of any 2 sliders (cheeseburger, hot dog, corn dog), served plain, plus fries or tots and fountain drink or juice
|KIDS MEAL CHOICES||$9.34|
|KID'S IMPOSSIBLE NUGGET MEAL||$10.12|
|Soft Serve Cup||$4.35|
|HONEST KIDS APPLE||$2.79|
|HONEST KIDS FRUIT PUNCH||$2.66|
About Dog Haus
Hotdogs, burgers and beer – these are the trinity of food that most Americans love! These are also the types of food that Dog Haus, a chain of casual dining restaurants, offer their customers and, for this reason, it has built up a cult following. Of course, the chain has several competitors also offering similar classic American fare but it has successfully differentiated itself from the competition.
The main draws in Dog Haus restaurant are their gourmet hotdogs with unique toppings set on King’s Hawaiian rolls coupled with cold craft beers. The chain also have friendly staff, reasonable Dog Haus prices, and a picnic0like vibe –and there’s nothing more you can ask for in a hotdog-based restaurant!
Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz and André Vener opened their first Dog Haus in Pasadena, California in 2010. More locations opened across the United States when people realized that the chain’s hotdogs, sausages and burgers were flavorful, as well as sized generously and made with natural ingredients (i.e., no additives).
What They’re Famous For
Dog Haus is known for its unique creations of hotdogs, sausages and burgers, as well as their unique combinations of toppings. These food products aren’t your usual classic American fare either because every bite brings the perfect combination of sweet and savory. The meat used in these products, such as the chicken and Black Angus beef, are also of the highest quality – no added nitrates, no preservatives, and no hormones and antibiotics.
Why Eat Here
Dog Haus restaurants have a casual, laidback atmosphere that border on a picnic ground, albeit in an interior setting. Families and friends, as well as a few couples, are among the dining crowd so there’s also a lively vibe. There’s no need to make reservations but it pays to come early for lunch and dinner before the hungry horde comes in.
In many restaurants, diners can enjoy al fresco dining. The interiors are brightly lit without being too hard on the eyes and the décor has a welcoming vibe to it. The tables and chairs are spaced relatively wide apart so literally rubbing elbows with your fellow diners doesn’t become an inconvenience.
The menu is an extensive as can be for a restaurant that mainly serves hotdogs, sausages, burgers, and chicken as well as sliders, sides, craft beer, and ice cream. There’s something for everyone on it, whether you like ginormous hotdogs or your Uncle Bob likes lamb and pork sausages.
Keep in mind that eating Dog Haus hotdogs can be a messy affair because of their large sizes and sloppy stacking. Plus, you may find that the toppings border on the excessive although it means getting more value for your money (i.e., quantity). Be sure to bring your appetite or be prepared to share because there’s just too much to be stuffed into your stomach.
You may start with the Beef Hot Dog, a delicious creation made of juicy, flavorful and thick tube steak or with the Little Mule, a hotdog with plenty of avocado, cotija cheese, melted white American cheese, chipotle mayo, pickled jalapeños, and runny fried egg. The meat and toppings are placed between a sliced fluffy King Hawaiian roll so everything tends to spill all over the place.
The Thai Red Currywurst is a must for people who like Asian flavors in their American food. The toppings include som tum slaw, red curry sauce, Thai basil, kaffir peanuts, and pickled jalapeños.
The Cheeseburger, on the other hand, has avocado, crispy onions, juicy tomatoes, arugula, and spicy basil aioli for a nice kick. The Lambda Lambda Lambda may be a mouthful to say but its combination of lamb and pork sausage, feta, tzatziki, diced onion, tomato, and pickles on grilled King Hawaiian rolls make it a joy to eat. No matter your order, we suggest getting the tater tots, a crispy, crunchy and delicious side dish that kids and adults love to munch on.
Adults can order from several craft beers as accompaniment to their hotdogs, sausages or burgers, a classic combination that Dog Haus has taken to another level. But for kids and adults who have a sweet tooth, the Salty Malty Milkshake is a must-have! It’s a thick, creamy and deeply satisfying treat with a salted caramel flavor and crunchy dulce pearls.
The food is always made to order so it’s served warm or cold depending on how it should be enjoyed, not to mention that there’s an underlying sense of freshness about each order. The staff members are quick on their feet so your orders will arrive within a few minutes of waiting, not to mention that they are courteous, helpful and friendly.
Dog Haus food can be high in fat and calories but since you can build your own hotdog, burger or sausage, you can decide how healthy it will be. You can add more vegetables, for example, or skip the dressing so that you can enjoy the food without getting a heart attack on the spot.
To learn more about Dog Haus or to find a location near you, visit their website at www.doghaus.com.
Dog Haus FAQ
How much is Dog Haus's Oktoberwürst?
Oktoberwürst – $9.10
How much is a Cheeseburger Slider at Dog Haus?
Cheeseburger Slider – $2.87
How much are Holy Aioli Burger at Dog Haus?
Holy Aioli Burger – $9.24
How much does a Dog Haus's Pineapple Express Cost?
Pineapple Express – $8.15