Hot Diggity Shows Off Chow Mein Sandwich

hot-diggity-chow-mein-sandwich-940Hot Diggity is kicking off a series of regional sandwich specials. First up is the Chow Mein Sandwich from Fall River, Massachusetts. According to owner Keith Garabedian, the sandwich has been a local classic since the 1930s when it “helped feed thousands of hungry laborers and immigrants.

The sandwich is made with Hot Diggity’s own chow mein, celery, peppers, carrots, scallions, ginger, garlic and soy. The sandwich is available with chicken or vegetables.

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3rd Annual Dog Days of Summer Are Back

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This Saturday, July 19th, the 3rd Annual Dog Days of Summer Cook-Off is back and bigger than ever. Last year’s event featured 11 restaurants and food trucks, and this year’s will feature 20. The judges’ decision will be much more difficult and as a visitor, your stomach will be much more full.

Starting at 1 p.m., guests are welcome to sample the hot dogs, enjoy craft beer from Victory Brewing Company, jam out to live music and even vote for their favorite dog of the day. General admission is free, but food/drinks tickets cost $10 for 4 and $30 for 15. Or, if you’re looking for that VIP treatment, spend $30 and get early access at noon, a VIP gift, and 20 food/drink tickets. Proceeds will go to the preservation of the Headhouse Square Shambles. To purchase tickets, click here.

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Retro Hot Dog Dinner at Hot Diggity

We bet Hot Diggity's hot dog casserole will be more appealing.

We bet Hot Diggity’s hot dog casserole will be more appealing.

Hot Diggity is hosting a retro hot dog dinner on Wednesday, February 5th at 8 p.m. Keith Garabedian and company are going to be cooking up some wild hot dog recipes from the 1960s. The dinner is $20 and gets you four courses of retro hot dog cuisine including glaze hot dogs, pink potato and hot dog salad and Asian hot dog casserole.

Seating is limited and the dinner is BYOB.

UPDATE: A second retro hot dog dinner has been added. Thursday, February 6th at 8 p.m. has been added. Call 267-886-9253 to reserve your spot.

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Hot Diggity Owner Bringing Dogs to England

hot-dog-britainZagat has the story on Hot Diggity’s Keith Garabedian’s impending expansion into the United Kingdom. Garabedian was approached by a British restaurateur to open Big Dog, a hot dog spot in Birmingham, UK.

Like South Street’s Hot Diggity, the shop will offer unique toppings and housemade dipping sauces. Zagat reports that some of the toppings will include British comfort food into the toppings, so think of things like black pudding and piccalilli relish.

Hot Diggity Owner Expanding to the UK [Zagat]

Get a Seoul Dog for Free at Hot Diggity

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Noted food dude about town, Hahri Shin won the amateur portion of last month’s South Street District’s Dog Day Competition. As the winner, his Seoul Dog will be on the Hot Diggity menu for the month of August. The dog features grilled pork belly, ssamjang paste, hot sesame oil, shiso leaves, kimchi, onions, and pickled daikon radish.

Shin is also giving away a Seoul Dog every day this month via his Twitter feed. First person per day who follow’s Shin’s directions such as saying “the name is Danger, Carlos Danger” gets the free dog.

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Hot Dog Cook-Off Set for Headhouse Square

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In case you’ve been living in a highly air-conditioned cave, it’s been like a thousand degrees outside lately. It’s true: we’re officially embroiled in the throes of summer. But fret not, because everyone knows that the only cure for those dog days of summer is … hot dogs!

On Saturday, July 20th from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., the South Street Headhouse District, in conjunction with Hot Diggity, will host the 2nd Annual Dog Days of Summer Hot Dog Cook-Off contest and celebration. The event will be held at the historic Headhouse Shambles, located on 400 block of South 2nd Street between Lombard and Pine.

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The Fourth of July Means Corn Dogs

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We’re big fans of corn dogs and are happy that both Hot Diggity and Shake Shack are offering them this Independence Day. Hot Diggity is offering five mini-corn dogs for $5 (with dipping sauce) on the 4th of July while supplies last.

The Shack Corn Dog (pictured) is back at Shake Shack from July 4th through the 7th. The golden brown corn dog is served up with Rick’s Picks sweet corn relish for $4.50. Also available, Shake Shack’s Blueberry Pie Oh My concrete made with fresh blueberry pie from their local bakery buddies.

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