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$10 for a Punch Card for $4 Worth of Food on Five Visits ($20 Total Value)
The menu includes all-beef hot dogs ($3.79), bison dogs ($4.79), and wild-game brats made from ingredients such as smoked elk or pheasant ($5.79). House-made belgian malt waffles ($3.79+) break fasts with the aid of potato-flour donuts ($1.29–$2.19 each) in varieties including the Baconater, which is cloaked in maple frosting and pieces of bacon.
Red's Dogs & Donuts
David "Red" Cohen knows it is an odd combination, but Red's Dogs & Donuts is all about serving his favorite two foods. Hebrew National hot dogs crackle warmly alongside andouille sausages and brats crafted from smoked elk, pheasant, bison, alligator, and other meats. Mole sauce, chili, jalapeños, pickled red onions, and other toppings turn the hot dogs into a feast for patrons or a nightmare for an actuary calculating napkin-insurance premiums. A frosted, sprinkled, filled, and powdered array of more than 60 donuts make use of Red's secret batter recipe, which substitutes in potato flour to add extra fluff and crunch to the house-made treats. The donuts don fixings including maple glaze and bacon, and belgian waffles sport cherries and whipped cream or a sausage-and-egg scramble drizzled in syrup.