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Canadian Hot Dog Sensation Japadog Now Open on St. Mark's Place

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30 St. Mark's Place, East Village
Status: Now Open
The wait is finally over: the first NYC location of Vancouver's Japadog is now open on St. Mark's Place in the East Village. As the name implies, the shop specializes in sausages topped with all sorts of Japanese-style sauces, meats, and vegetables — one dog is even buried under a pile of caviar and wasabi mayo. For side dishes, they offer "shaked fries," which are fries dusted with an assortment of flavor spices, and for dessert you can get "sweet dogs" which are fried hot dog buns stuffed with ice cream.

The Vancouver shop got a big plug on Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations a few years back, and "Mark Zakerberg" is also a big fan. Check out the menu below, and do send any early reports our way.
Previous Coverage: Plywood, 09/30; Plywood, 11/11; Coming Attractions, 11/22; Plywood Special, 12/22; Winter Tracking, 01/03
Further Reading: NYT; GS; Thrillist

From their takeout menu:

Japadogs
Terimayo — All beef with Teriyaki sauce, Japanese mayo and seaweed
Hot Spicy — All beef with spicy sauce and lettuce
Love Meat: Special arabiki pork sausage with meat sauce (beef & pork) and cheese
Yakiniku Rice — Grilled meat and pork sausage with rice
Negi Miso — Chicken with special miso sauce
Oroshi — Bratwurst (pork) with radish
Okonomi — Pork sausage with Bonito flakes, special Japanese sauce, fried cabbage and Japamayo
Tonkatsu: Deep-fried pork cutlet and fresh cabbage
Croquette: Arabiki pork sausage, fried cabbage, Japanese fried roll containing mashed potatoes
Okra: Bratwurst with okra
The Kobe: Kobe beef with caviar, special miso sauce, and wasabi mayonnaise

Shaked Fries
Choose a flavor: shichimi & garlic, hot pepper, aonori, wasabi, regular

· All Coverage of JapaDog [~ENY~]

Japadog

30 St Marks Place, New York, NY 10003 646-476-2324

Japadog

30 St. Mark's Pl, New York, NY

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