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Steeped in tradition, Firewürst embraces a family legacy that extends back to 1902. That was the year when Alexander Rotar left Romania for the United States, bringing his passion for crafting cured and smoked meats. He enlisted the help of his two sons and began making sausages in their new home. In 2012, Alexander's fourth- and fifth-generation descendants chose to reignite this dormant family passion by founding Firewürst.
Gourmet and gluten-free sausages and certified Angus burgers—all served on buns and rolls baked daily—provide quick, hearty meals, earning Firewürst the 2014 Best Lunch award in the Cary News. In addition to bratwursts, smoked kielbasas, and spicy chicken sausages, the menu also includes options inspired by famous hot dogs from across the country. The Coney Island dog features a helping of housemade chili, and the vegetable-laden Chicago-style dog arrives with everything from neon-green relish to tomato slices cradled in a poppy-seed bun. Diners can also create their own masterpiece by choosing from a selection of toppings like blue cheese, fried eggs, and curry ketchup to top any sausage, dog, burger, or chicken sandwich.