all beef dog, mustard, ketchup, chopped onion, sweet pickle relish
all beef dog, kickin' chili, chopped onions
all beef dog, mustard, chopped onion, coney sauce
all beef dog, coney sauce, coleslaw, chopped onion
sausage, bbq sauce, grilled onions
all beef dog, mama lil's cheese spread mama lil's hungarian goat horn peppers
Slices of crispy bacon, (what can we say, everything is better with bacon!) smothered in our own special chili-cheese sauce and fresh BBQ salsa roja topped with pickled jalapeños!
all beef dog, mustard, mayo, ketchup, chopped onion, green cabbage, crushed potato chips
all beef dog, mustard, chopped onion, neon relish, tomatoes, sport peppers, celery salt, poppy seed bun
brat, fresh grilled sauerkraut, German-style Düsseldor brown mustard
crushed potato chips
chicago sport peppers
mama lil's cheese
chili cheese sauce
100% all beef (avail. skinless)
plain, whole wheat or poppy seed
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Mike's Hard Lemonade
fountain soda & fresh brewed ice tea
"Even the old standby, a plain beef hot dog, is not something taken lightly. 'People need to know what they're eating,' says Loco Dogz owner Scott McCandless. The Cheney hot dog restaurant has its hot dogs and sausages custom-made by Hill's Meat Co. in Pendleton, Ore., with spice blends to reflect the regional flavors of hot dogs on the menu."
"Authenticity is important," says Loco Dogz’s McCandless. He researches regions for frankfurter preferences and also collects hot dog ideas from his travels. September's special is the Chilean Dog with chopped tomatoes, smashed avocado and mayonnaise. 'You get the color of the Italian flag, but it’s the most popular flavor in Chile,' McCandless says."
Cream cheese is a favorite with local hot dog fans and appears on most menus. "It's an Inland Northwest signature. People love it," says Big Red's Bytnar. Fruits and veggies are popular condiments too, with grilled peppers, pineapple, apples and sautéed pears making their way onto fancy frankfurters.
Spokesman Review Read entire article
Loco Dogz Crazy Good
"From Cheney to Chicago for less than $5? Totally doable. Just jump on that train to Flavor Town and make a stop at Loco Dogz..." Spokane Metro Magazine Click Here for PDF
In Search of a Heavenly Dog
Out in Cheney, on the stretch of First Street where you'll find the town's college bars, sits LOCO DOGZ (313 W. First St.), a beautifully branded space with an industrial feel. Like Gary Swiss, owner Scott McCandless came out of retirement to pursue the perfect dog. In contrast to Crazy G's engineered simplicity, though, Loco Dogz zeroes in on regional specificity. The Wisconsin ($3.50) is a brat with fresh sauerkraut and Bertman’s mustard. The N'awlins ($3.50) is a spicy andouille sausage topped with grilled onions and an easily devourable barbecue sauce (made in-house with espresso).
Read entire article
"Loco Dogz hits it out of the Ballpark, with locally sourced sausages served in regionally favorite recipes from around the country! Oversized Coney Islands, Wisconsin Bratwurst, New Orleans Andouille and more!" Urban Spoon.com