Dog Haus’ Michelin-Starred Chef Series has been briefly put on pause due to COVID-19. However, in an effort to continue supporting No Kid Hungry to help feed kids during this crisis and beyond, Dog Haus is launching a special collaboration with Cholula Hot Sauce. Dog Haus teamed up with Cholula’s Brand Chef and LSBS Award-Winning BBQ Pit Master Jessica Bograd to create the craft casual concept’s newest limited-time item for its No Kid Hungry Chef Collaboration Series. Made exclusively for Dog Haus’ acclaimed menu, the OG Cholula Burger features an angus beef patty, white American cheese, Cholula brown sugar bacon, Cholula onion jam, fried egg and Cholula mayo; served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls.
Through June 30, this one-of-a-kind creation is available at Dog Haus locations nationwide for contactless takeout, pickup and delivery through third-party or the Dog Haus App. For each purchase of the OG Cholula Burger, Dog Haus will donate $1 to No Kid Hungry.
“It has been a joy working with such an innovative brand to create the OG Cholula Burger,” Bograd says. “We believe Cholula can go on just about everything, and this unique partnership has allowed us to get more creative in how we showcase that. We are thrilled that Dog Haus guests across the country will get to enjoy our robust and delicious flavors for a month.”
Each kick-ass chef featured in this series works closely with Dog Haus’ culinary team and Würstmacher Adam Gertler to craft items representing their exceptional flavors and style. It’s an opportunity for guests who may not otherwise taste the creations of some of the country’s greatest chefs to do so at their favorite Dog Haus location.
“Our Chef Collaboration Series creates exclusive opportunities for us to work with world-renowned chefs and brands to bring our guests seriously unique and delicious food,” adds Dog Haus Partner Hagop Giragossian. “Cholula is a brand that we all know and love, so it is an honor to see this partnership come to fruition as we join forces in the battle against childhood hunger in America.”
Dog Haus currently has more than 50 locations open nationwide, including 35 traditional restaurants and 20 special sites, with 20+ locations in development.