The long-running debate as to whether or not a hot dog is sandwich is about to ignite again. Dog Haus, the craft casual concept known for its gourmet hot dogs, sausages, burgers, and one-of-a-kind creations, is taking an official stance that yes, hot dogs are sandwiches.
According to Google, a sandwich is defined as, “an item of food consisting of two pieces of bread with meat, cheese, or other filling between them.” Dog Haus couldn’t agree more.
This National Sandwich Day, the brand is letting everyone know that hot dogs—meat stacked with an abundance of delicious toppings, nestled between two pieces of bread—are sandwiches. Dog Haus will donate $1 of every Haus Dog purchased from open to close on Sunday, November 3 at participating locations to its national charity partner No Kid Hungry, whose mission is to end childhood hunger in America.
“We’re celebrating National Sandwich Day because we know hot dogs are sandwiches,” says Dog Haus Würstmacher Adam Gertler. “This holiday gives us the perfect opportunity to both encourage others to stand with us and help support No Kid Hungry.”
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