- $12 for $20 worth of food for two or more
- See the menu.
MADdogs Gourmet Hotdogs
There isn't one right way to make a hot dog at MADdogs Gourmet Hotdogs. The chefs load their toppings on all-natural beef dogs, turkey dogs, pork bratwursts, Angus beef burger dogs, or housemade veggie patties—none of which have hormones or antibiotics. Also, no added nitrites or nitrates
With one of those as their base, customers face another tough hot-dog decision: opt for the menu's classic preparations, like Chicago style, or go for MADdogs' more unique toppings, such as slow-cooked barbecue pork or housemade gruyere mac 'n' cheese. A turkey taco salad makes for a lighter option, and all meals pair with craft beer, wine, and speciality sodas. Pro tip: make sure to save room for a double chocolate cookie and peanut butter ice-cream sandwich.