Hula Dog...hotdogs with Hawaiian flair

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  1. jimmytammy

    jimmytammy <font color=purple>Swivel, it's a hard habit to br

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    We just ate there based on Orlando Attractions article. It has been open for about 5 weeks. It is on Intl. Dr. near Wet N Wild.
    Hotdogs are Boars Head, sauces are homemade I think, which compliments the dogs and bread is def. not store bought. Bread is amazing! Put it all together for a very unique taste. Sauces and condiments are varied enough to create many different tasting dogs. Go hungry as these things are huge. It is cash only but 3 of us ate for $22 which included drinks.
    If you have transportation and can take a few mins. out of your trip, give it a try.

    I suggested to the owner to check out Disboards for future advertising as it would reach a core audience. Hopefully, we will see him here one day.
     
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  3. Gr8t Fan

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    Wow, thanks for the review. We'll have to stop there during our August visit. I'm always craving good hotdogs when we're in Orlando!
     
  4. CampbellScot

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    That is fantastic news!ever since I saw the Anthony Bordain Hawaii episode where they ate at Puka dog, I been wanting try a Hawaiian style hot dog! The fact that have a veggie dog is even better! It's more about the sweet bread and sauces for me! :cool1:
     
  5. DisneyWisher

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    Makes me think of Hot Dog Paradise on Travel Channel where the restaurant was in Hawaii but I thought sounds good. Thanks for the tip.
     
  6. Audria407

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    I agree, it's a great place for a different style of hot dog. Very tasty, and I'm all for the fact that they buy from local business owners! Here is their website: http://thehuladog.com/
     
  7. gymboqueenkaylee

    gymboqueenkaylee DIS Veteran

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    thanks for the review. we will have to check that out when we go down there in a few weeks!!
     
  8. a1tinkfans

    a1tinkfans Spreading Some Pixie Dust Today!

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    Okay OP, you have made me want a hotdog :rotfl:
    Pictures "may" have worked for me...:rotfl:
     
  9. SouthernExplorer

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    I usually don't go for hot dogs, but when I saw Hawaiian Sweet Bread, well I might just have to give this place a shot.

    Thanks for the review.
     

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