Celebrate National Hot Dog Day This Week Across The City
While some may think National Hot Dog Day lands on July 4th with Nathan’s hot dog eating contest, it’s Wednesday. Here are some restaurants celebrating National Hot Dog Day.
Midland will soon have a new hot dog food truck. N2O Hot Dogs Express will feature Venezuelan hot dogs, Texan and German cuisine, according to the Facebook page. With hot dog recipes from around the world, the truck will be at the Downtown Farmers Market on Saturday and the Church of Christ parking lot on Golf Course Road on Friday night. Visit here for more information.
McAlister’s Deli is celebrating National Hot Dog Day by presenting a pretzel dog in partnership with Auntie Anne’s for a limited time. Aunt Anne’s Kid’s Pretzel Dogs, a sweet pretzel dough wrapped around a bite-sized hot dog, is available for a limited time at McAlister’s Deli, according to a press release. The meal comes in three or five pieces with a choice of side dish and a mini chocolate chip cookie. Aunt Anne’s Mini Pretzel Dogs for Kids start at $ 2.99.
Sonic Drive-In will be offering $ 1 hot dogs all day Wednesday.
Wienerschnitzel will offer five chili dogs on Wednesday for $ 5. Hot dog lovers can also enjoy the Texas BBQ Dog, Aussie Dog, Green Chile Chili Cheese Dog (made with Hatch Green Peppers) and more at the Midland location at 5313 Loop 250 Frontage Road.
Try a hot dog in a tortilla at Torchy’s Tacos. The Republican – a jalapeño cheddar sausage, pico de gallo, cheddar jack cheese, and poblano sauce on a flour tortilla – is here to stay on the main menu. During the pandemic, Republican and Independent tacos were taken off the menu but the Republican is back. However, that doesn’t mean it will stay the same. The chain plans to create another Republican and independent tacos.
This week, the Midland RockHounds will play at home against Corpus Christi. The stadium’s many food stalls also offer a peanut butter and bacon jelly hot dog. Enjoy a hot dog at the stadium this week.