Robert Taylor knew something was in the works for the Crosstown area.The former president of the Crosstown neighborhood association, he remembers telling neighbors that the abandoned, former Sears Crosstown building would one day be resurrected and revitalized.
A new gourmet hot dog establishment is set to open near Crosstown Concourse this summer. According to a release, The Doghouzz at 1349 Autumn Ave. is slated to open in early June.
Is there any more American food item than the hot dog? The folks behind The Doghouzz are banking on this country’s love affair with this iconic food. The Doghouzz will be Memphis’ only hot dog restaurant and bar.
Today through Labor Day across America, 818 hotdogs will be consumed—every, single. second. That’s according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council’s website, hot-dog.org.
The humble hot dog has long been a fixture of birthday parties, baseball games, and 4th of July barbecues, so it’s easy to equate them with summertime.
Doghouzz has opened at Crosstown. The new restaurant serves – you get one guess – hot dogs and soon will have a robust selection behind the bar to wet your whistle while you whet your appetite.