Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Lunch at Dat Dog

On Friday, February 7, students and teachers from the Loyola Intensive English Program had lunch together at a restaurant that specializes in hot dogs! The name of the restaurant is Dat Dog!

Dat Dog is located at 5030 Freret Street, just 10 blocks from the campus of Loyola University New Orleans, so we decided to walk. It was a pleasant stroll along a friendly residential and small business area of Freret Street. We arrived at Dat Dog just before the main lunch crowd, so we were able to place our orders and find seats together at several outside tables.

The Dat Dog menu includes hot dogs of all kinds - and all are delicious! There are beef and pork sausages from Germany, sausages from Italy and Slovenia and Poland, hot and smoked sausage from Louisiana, crawfish sausage and alligator sausage from the Louisiana swamp, duck sausage, fish sausage, and two kinds of vegetable sausages.

We enjoyed our hot dogs and our time together. It was a satisfying way to end our week and begin our weekend! 

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