When the Evil Wiener name came to Chef Roger Zapata, he knew what needed to be done. Before long he had planned the concept, created the menu, bought a truck, built it out, and by 2011, The Evil Wiener truck was up and running, feeding hot dogs to Austin, TX in a way that only Zapata could. There are no rules at Evil Wiener: only creative takes on the classic dogs we all love so much.
There are a ton of inspired-and dare we say, evil—dogs on the Evil Wiener lineup, like the Tex Mex (topped with carne guisada, cheese, jalapeño relish, hot sauce, and green onions) or the Cowgirl (topped with Texas-style brisket, BBQ sauce, pickles, onions, and shredded lettuce), but purists can still fall back on classic ketchup and mustard dogs or sauerkraut brats. No matter your wiener of choice, you’ll find something at Evil Wiener. And the best part? They cater. Book ‘em for your next event.
La Revolución — Bacon wrapped dog, topped with pico de gallo, mustard, ketchup, mayo, and hot sauce. Just like they do in TJ.
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