With new restaurants popping up through DFW, it’s hard to keep up. My husband and I try to eat our way through Dallas but it’s hard to choose which restaurant to try. Recently, we discovered Dog Haus Biergarten and knew that we needed to give it a try.
Dog Haus is located conveniently between Belt Line and Spring Valley off of Highway 75 in Richardson. It’s a great location no matter if you live in Dallas or the suburbs. The menu has something for everybody, no matter what their appetite might be. There main courses are burgers, gourmet dogs, sausages, and chicken with plenty of sides and beers to keep you happy.
Because we couldn’t decide what to order, we tried a little bit of everything. The first on our list was the Holy Aioli which was packed with flavor. The Holy Aioli burger was topped white american cheese, smoked bacon, caramelized onions and garlic aioli.
I love knowing that the burgers are 100% genetically tested, humanely raised Black Angus beef using no hormones and no antibiotics and it’s an added bonus that they’re served on King’s Hawaiian Rolls.
The Old Town gourmet hot dog stole our heart, it was a smoked bacon wrapped dog topped with caramelized onions, chipotle aioli, pickled jalapeños and cotija cheese. It packed a lot of flavor and who can say no to bacon and jalapenos?
I used my son as an excuse as to why I needed to taste test all of the delicious sides that were offered but in reality, I just wanted them all to myself. Dog Haus serves fries, tater tots, sweet potato fries and onion rings. I was told that they can add anything they have in the kitchen to your sides. We kept it simple and ordered cheese tator tots, cheese french fries and onion rings. Bryce couldn’t stop stealing everybody’s fries, it’s safe to say he loved them.
The servings were all large so we had plenty of leftovers to take home to enjoy over the next couple of days. Each item we ordered could have been eaten as a full meal by itself but I would recommend ordering a few entrees and splitting with your friends. It’s a great way to try it all. Before we left, we were told the Dog Haus milk shakes were one of a kind and made with Fosselman’s premium ice cream which was flown in specifically for Dog Haus Biergarten. We couldn’t turn down the opportunity to give it a try.
I got a couple sips and it was magical. I shouldn’t have ever let my husband or son try it because they drank the whole thing in minutes!
Dog Haus Biergarten was designed to elevate the hot dog and burger-eating experience, serves up its quality meals within the contemporary aesthetic of a modern industrial space. Dog Haus offers a large patio that overlooks a grass area and fountain which will hold events throughout the summer. Enjoy one of the many beers or drinks from their menu while watching your kids play yard games.
Stop by Dog Haus Biergarten and let me know what you think! The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner Monday through Thursday