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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Nice Buns at the Dog Haus


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You will be in the Dog Haus before you know it, as four new restaurants will open by end of 2014 with future expansion into Arizona on the horizon.

Acclaimed Gourmet Concept Prepares to Bring Cult Favorite Hot Dogs, Sausages and Burgers Across State Lines

Hot off the successful opening of its first franchise location in Canoga Park, CA earlier this summer, Dog Haus, the SoCal-based gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger concept, has announced a slew of newly planned locations and openings to bring "The Absolute Würst" to locales throughout the West and beyond. With more than 70 restaurants planned across California, Colorado, Utah, and, most recently, Arizona, the three-year-old fast-casual concept continues to set its sights beyond its Pasadena hometown with the vision that originally inspired Partners André Vener, Hagop Giragossian and Quasim Riaz to found Dog Haus in 2010.

"We have had such a blast creating a fast casual concept that resonates with each of us and successfully incorporates what we’re passionate about: good food, good people, high quality and nostalgic fun," says Riaz, who oversees operations, including the selection of craft beers, for the growing concept. "It takes a lot to get the formula right! We believe that we’ve done that with Dog Haus and are so gratified to grow our brand with like-minded franchisees who fully embrace our culture and commitment. “

To kick off this next wave of Dog Haus' expansion, the hot concept will open a franchise in West Covina (2678 East Garvey Avenue South) in eastern LA County on October 4th, with the first Orange County restaurant in Santa Ana at the Westfield Mall (2800 N. Main Street) following suit shortly thereafter. The restaurant, which will boast an impressive 40-foot facade, will not only be the first Dog Haus outside of LA County, but will also be their first location at a major shopping center.

“It's exciting to see how far we've come,” ...

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