Grilled Dogs

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Burger King Creates the Whopper of Hot Dogs

Grilled Dogs will be available at Burger King restaurants nationwide beginning February 23

Come February 23, you’ll be able to get your flame-grilled hot dog fix at Burger King. The chain is launching Grilled Dogs made with 100 percent beef, flame-grilled on the same grill the WHOPPER® is, and served on fresh, “fluffy baked bun[s]” that will be shipped to restaurants several times each week, according to Alex Macedo, North America president for Burger King. Macedo says he hopes Burger King’s Grilled Dogs will be the “WHOPPER® of hot dogs.”

With the introduction of Grilled Dogs as a permanent menu item, Burger King will serve hot dogs in more restaurants than any other restaurant chain in the United States, according to the release. “The introduction of Grilled Dogs just made sense to our guests and for our brand,” says Macedo. “We’re applying over 60 years of flame-grilling expertise with the WHOPPER® sandwich to make Grilled Dogs the next great American icon.”

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Burger King will offer a Classic Grilled Dog topped with ketchup, mustard, chopped onions, and relish; and a Chili Cheese Grilled Dog topped with warm chili and shredded Cheddar cheese. The will be sold separately or as part of a combo meal. The Classic Grilled Dog is at a recommended price of $1.99 ($4.49 in a combo meal) and Chili Cheese Grilled Dog comes to a recommended price of $2.29 ($4.79 as part of a combo meal).