Dog Haus opened in Alhambra last week on Main Street just east of Chapel. It's the third branch for the popular Pasadena-based restaurant best known for its all-beef dogs that come with a sweet King's Hawaiian roll and tater tots on the side.
Here's what former LA Weekly food critic Jonathan Gold (now of the LA Times) has to say about these frankfurters:
The hot dogs are a thick, long quarter-pound each, the sausages even bigger, and you are likely to find yourself dining on something like grilled andouille with hot peppers and onions, or even the "Fonz": chunks of pastrami annealed to an Italian sausage with industrial quantities of melted mozzarella cheese, a sandwich that demands to be regarded with respect.
410 E Main StAlhambra, CA 91801