Short Leash Hot Dogs Introduces New Location and Concept

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​The commands "sit" and "stay" may be most associated with man (and woman's) best friend, but when it comes to having a meal, Brad and Kat Moore of Short Leash Hot Dogs are applying them to their patrons.

The owners of the popular food truck featuring gourmet hot dogs topped wrapped in a warm naan "bun" are introducing their newest location and concept, called "Sit..Stay," at 15 West Pasadena in Phoenix (on the northwest side of Camelback and Central and behind the cool little strip mall featuring Frances, Smeeks, and Stinkweeds).

From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Friday night (starting this Friday, March 23), Short Leash Hot Dogs will create a unique outdoor experience for its fans by offering a different menu each week and possibly going to a full service experience.

At this Friday night's "Sit..Stay," Short Leash will be serving its regular menu along with a few other specials. To see where the hot dog truck may roll up next, follow them on Facebook and Twitter.

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Short Leash Dogs

, Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant

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austininvestments
austininvestments

Hot Dogs where amazeing but man in the truck was rude. We drove approx 15 miles to have a hot dog at this truck and apparently got there 5 min before they opened. window was open and the man came up and told us we need to come back when they are ready for us. Obviously us spending 365 a gallon to go there was not a good plan. so we left and probably will never go back.

again good food but no common sense.  If I owned the truck and had a customer at open window I would take thier order and be thankfull for the patronage.

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I see what you did there. this is a cleverly disguised food truck story... very cagey laura. there's a physical address and a tantalizing teaser about a "full service" experience. the bold words in the blog post made me think that this was a real restaurant at first glance. Instead of joining in on the food truck hatefest below, I'm going to buy a short leash dog just because of this well-executed food truck story.

jdubden
jdubden

Who cares, what's wrong with a food truck.  How is that not "real" food?  Is it just because it's so different from your Chili's, Olive Garden, Denny's experience?

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