Hot Doug's

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created on: 8/16/2014 5:26:14 AM


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address 3324 N California Ave Chicago, IL 60618, USA
website http://www.hotdougs.com/
phone (773) 279-9550
email [email protected]">[email protected]
facebook https://www.facebook.com/hotdougs
twitter https://twitter.com/hotdougs

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I have not been here in person, but, while I was at work, my wonderful boyfriend waited in line for an hour and half on a Wednesday afternoon. When I arrived home, I graciously and ravenously stuffed the Foie Gras and Sauternes Duck Sausage in my face. It was so delicious! If I'm going to be honest, I have to tell you that it was quite rich, too rich for me anyway. But I'm a sucker for duck and foie gras so I was like, "eff it." I definitely plan on going to get the Hot Doug's experience before it closes in October. (articles.chicagotribune.…) I recommend everyone go do the same. :) Bring cash and be prepared to wait for a while. My boyfriend said Doug, himself, spends time talking to each customer which sound super sweet. BTW, my boyfriend (who is a vegetarian) ate a regular hot dog and said it was delicious. Just sayin' people.

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YouTube Videos


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Hot Doug's is closing

Hot Doug's owner Doug Sohn announced he will be closing the encased meat emporium on Oct. 4th, 2014. So, we decided to pay the shop a visit.

Hot Doug's Doug Sohn Returns to The Interview Show

Back for this third time on "The Interview Show," Doug shares what worries him, where he goes when Hot Doug's is closed and his thoughts on politicians visit...

Key Ingredient: Doug Sohn from Hot Doug's Works with Chicken Feet

Hot dog impresario Doug Sohn garnishes a backyard favorite with a barnyard staple. For the full story and recipe, visit http://www.chicagoreader.com/chicago/...