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Dog Haus owners to launch national franchise

If you like chowing down on gourmet sausages topped with bacon, avocado, jalapenos, and onion rings at Alhambra's Dog Haus, you'll be able to score a loaded dog at more locations soon. Dog Haus founding partners Hagop Giragossian, Quasim Riaz, and André Vener announced in June that they are launching a national franchise, expanding from three Dog Haus locations in Pasadena and Alhambra to 30 new spots in Southern California, Colorado, Utah, and Tennessee, L.A. Weekly reports.

New menu additions will include ice creams and craft beers that tailor to the region, like a baby-back rib sausage in Tennessee, according to L.A. Weekly. Dog Haus's standard menu items of all-beef hot dogs served on King’s Hawaiian buns, freshly ground burgers, and tater tots will still be available.

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3 thoughts on “Dog Haus owners to launch national franchise”

  1. Hi Alfred, I like your article on Dog Haus franchising…how and where can i get more info…email me back..thanks

    1. Hi Maribel, you can visit this page to get more info on how to set-up a Dog Haus franchise. Good luck!


  2. I LOVE Dog Haus! I think it’s the best burger in the area. Love their biergarten in Pasadena too. Team Tator Tots all the way 😀