By grace.g.yang · October 16, 2007
Under: Cheap Eats,Lunch,West Village

Dogmatic, a vendor in the west village, is a gourmet hot dog stand that Chris’ landlord told him about when he first moved to New York. They serve $5 hot dogs (expensive, I know!) that are served inside baguettes instead of your usual hot dog buns. The vendor isn’t around during the summertime (weird, considering it’s in a park with tons of little kids and their parents) but we were lucky enough to catch him when he was opening one afternoon. Dogmatic setting up:

There are three options for the sauce you can order, but jalapeño cheddar is the most popular, so I ordered a beef hotdog with jalapeño cheddar. The packaging:

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While Dogmatic (I forgot his name) is getting the actual hot dog, a baguette is toasted on a metal stick that is a little larger than the hot dog (you can see it in the background of the first picture) After it’s been toasted, he dips the cooked hot dog in the sauce of your choice and sticks it into the toasted baguette. The final product:

I know it looks a little gross, but this hot dog is definitely the best hot dog I’ve ever eaten; the jalapeño cheddar oozes out of the perfectly toasted baguette and the hot dog tastes more like real meat than what the other vendors peddle in Central Park. It’s gourmet! Dogmatic is the perfect treat to eat in the early fall when you’re checking out the farmer’s market nearby.

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