Hot Dog Deals in Kansas City
Recipes are written in a language all their own, leading amateur cooks to confuse a pinch for a dash or forget that the chef's word for "water" is "salt." Trust a native speaker with today’s Groupon to New York Dawg Pound in Overland Park. The Deal $19 for a punch card for 10 premium hot dogs (up to a $40 value) Menu of Nathan’s 100% all-beef hot dogs includes the following: The Buttercup—Chicago-style ($3.50) The Black Lab 'Triever—BLT dog ($4) Johnsonville brats and vegetarian options More than 30 toppings Lively eatery with graffiti art, wall murals, and arcade games New ...
TOP DAWGRecently featured in Kansas City Magazine, the New York Dawg Pound's a mecca for busy folk seeking a hot, delicious lunch. Right now just $20 gets you a 10 hot dog punch card with $4 punches to be redeemed at any time, a $40 value! Enjoy a savory Nathan's hot dog with a twist—a make-your-own bar filled with creative and oh-so-tasty ingredients. Peanut butter and bacon, anyone? Jack's no dachshund, but he loves a good wiener dog—join him today!WHO LET THE DAWGS OUTVoted "Best Hot Dog" by fans on The Pitch, you can't miss this all-American treat. Jack's favorite? Try the Buttercup, an all-beef dog loaded with mustard, pickle relish, onion, tomato, pickle, sport peppers and celery salt on a poppy seed bun. Want a southern twist? Order the Ol' Blue, an all-beef dog smothered in BBQ, a pickle and a mound of fried onion straws. New York also offers thick, juicy brats, mild Italian sausage and vegetarian carrot dawgs. Crank up your next shindig with a catered tray of New York's dawgs and your choice of innovative toppings, like peanut butter, Asian slaw, grilled peppers or pineapple. Unleash the kids in the well-stocked arcade.REVIEWSPaul on UrbanspoonOutstanding hot dogs and cheerful service. Went with a large group and no one knew what they wanted in the middle of Saturday's lunch rush and NONE of our commotion flustered the service. Between all of us we had 4 or 5 different types of hot dogs and assorted buns. We also had fries, onion straws and the city's BEST waffle sweet potato fries. Really-really good food. Absolutely LOVE the poppy seed buns! Go and try it out!Stephanie on YelpWas really excited to see a hot dog place in the area with Nathan's dogs. They are from all beef sirloin. Really the only way to eat a hot dog. There are vegetarian options though. You can get a carrot dog in any of the options just like the meat. They also have black bean veggie burgers! My favorite style is Chicago, no relish. Mmmm, I just love those flavors! The sides are fantastic! I have only tried the sweet potato fries and the onion straws.
The hot dog has been one of America's favorite foods ever since the cold, obdurate dog was banned by the FDA. Get this Groupon while it’s hot. Choose from Three Options $12 for a gourmet hot-dog meal for two that includes four hot dogs, two sides, and two drinks (up to a $26.50 value) $23 for a gourmet hot-dog meal for four that includes eight hot dogs, four sides, and four drinks (up to a $53 value) $31 for a gourmet hot-dog meal for six that includes 12 hot dogs, six sides, and six drinks (up to a $79.50 value) ...
The Fine Print
Limit 2 offers per person; 1 additional as gift. Valid for 1 punch card for 10 hot dogs. Limit 5 hot dogs per visit. May redeem across multiple visits. Dine-in only. Full value of punch card (10 hot dogs) must be used by 3/31/13.
Fancy food is fine, but from time to time, you’ve just got to get a hot dog. Get into the good ‘n’ greasy at Overland Park’s New York Dawg Pound, where you’ll use a punch card to purchase 10 unique dogs, er, “dawgs.” Start with the base of a classic hot dog, bratwurst, Italian or Polish sausage, or veggie dog, and then get down to business picking your favorite toppings. If you’re feeling breakfast, dig into a bacon, egg, and cheese-covered Yankee Poodle. If you have a craving for an unconventional dog, try a decadent peanut butter and bacon-topped Goofy Dawg. Add on a side of savory sweet potato waffle fries or crispy onion straws to perfectly complement your satisfying sausage. Then kick back and pat your full belly—hot dogs are the new “haute” cuisine.