08 Dec d’Bronx officially launches 5 styles of “Griddled Crisp” Nathan’s New York hot dogs on Dec. 10
Classic Dog, NYC Dog, Coney Island Chili Dog, Slaw Dog and Reuben Dog added to d’Bronx menu
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Dec. 8, 2015)– After the limited one-day preview of two styles of Nathan’s hot dogs during d’Bronx’s 25th anniversary celebration in mid-November, d’Bronx is now officially launching all five styles of “Griddled Crisp” all-beef hot dogs in all four locations on Dec. 10. The addition of the hot dogs expands the restaurant’s New York-style menu with a new taste of New York.
d’Bronx is also partnering with Kansas City’s Farm to Market Bread Co. to serve the hot dogs on fresh baked and toasted split-top egg buns. Each all-beef hot dog is cooked fresh-to-order on the d’Bronx flat-top griddle.
The “Griddled Crisp” hot dog line-up includes:
- Classic Dog– Plain dog with choice of sauerkraut, relish, onions, ketchup and mustard
- NYC Dog– Spicy tomato onion sauce, spicy brown mustard
- Coney Island Chili Dog– Chili, spicy brown mustard, minced onion
- Slaw Dog– Chili, creamy cole slaw, yellow mustard, minced onion
- Reuben Dog– Sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, Russian dressing
Nathan’s Famous is a nearly 100-year-old hot dog company based in New York and recognized worldwide for its taste and high quality. Nathan’s Famous started out at a small hot dog stand on Coney Island in New York in 1916 and grew to encompass the entire United States shortly after with the help of legends like Al Capone and Cary Grant. The split-top egg roll bun is sourced from local partner Farm to Market Bread Co.
Celebrating its 25th year of operation in 2015, d’Bronx has become a local favorite in the fast casual restaurant category. Locally owned and operated by Don Foringer, D’Bronx is a “cook driven” concept and serves a full selection of high quality, freshly prepared and authentic cuisine, focusing primarily on New York style pizza and premium deli sandwiches. D’Bronx has four locations including the original on Bell Street, Crown Center, Overland Park and Mission. For more information, visit www.dbronxkc.com or call (816) 531-0550. Learn the latest by liking d’Bronx on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dbronx or following on Twitter or Instagram @dbronxkc.