Dog Haus Biergarten, the critically acclaimed gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger concept with a location at Richardson Restaurant Park, has enlisted nationally celebrated chefs to each create a limited-time menu item to be served at all Dog Haus locations every two months throughout 2018 to benefit No Kid Hungry.
Stephanie Izard is the newest chef to join the collaboration. She is an Iron Chef, recipient of the James Beard: Best Chef Great Lakes award, was named Food and Wine magazine’s Best New Chef in 2011 and was the first-ever female winner of TV show “Top Chef.” Throughout March and April, all Dog Haus Biergartens will serve her special creation Everybody Lap Cheong Tonight! which features a sweet, salty and smoky lap cheong sausage, savory mayo, sweet and spicy pepper relish and scallions, all served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls.
Throughout the rest of the year, more renowned chefs will work closely with the Dog Haus culinary team to craft a menu item available for two months at a time:
- In May and June, East Coaster Ilan Hall, the “Top Chef” Season 2 winner, a TV personality and owner of Ramen Hood restaurant in L.A.
- In July and August, Alex Seidel, chef/owner at Denver’s Mercantile restaurant/market and Fruition restaurant/farm
- In September and October, Texas’ own Dean Fearing, often referred to as the “Father of Southwestern Cuisine” and chef/owner of Fearing’s Restaurant
- In November and December, Los Angeles chef Chris Oh of Seoul Sausage Co, Hanjip and EsCaLa, alongside pastry chef and TV personality Duff Goldman of Duff’s Cake Mix and Charm City Cakes
Throughout the rest of the year, $1 of the purchase price from each specialty item will be donated to No Kid Hungry. Dog Haus Biergarten’s 2018 goal is to raise $100,000 for the organization. To help raise additional funds for No Kid Hungry, Dog Haus will give guests the option to round up their bill to the nearest dollar through the end of the year.Dog Haus Richardson > [codepeople-post-map]