A vegan hot dog takeaway bar has opened in Glasgow

Read Time:   |  14th November 2019

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A brand new vegan hot dog restaurant is opening its doors in Glasgow today. 

Image credit: Rachel Sharp

The team behind popular vegan Nirvana-themed café In Bloom have launched their latest vegan venture – a vegan hot dog takeaway joint.

Opening its doors today (November 14) in Dennistoun, No Mean Dogs will offer a delicious menu of vegan hot dogs such as the ‘MacDog’ which is loaded with homemade ‘Mac n Naecheese’ with an onion and vegan bacon mix. There’s also a selection of sweet treats on offer such as sweets and doughnuts to finish your meal.

According to GlasgowLive, the eatery will still pay homage to Nirvana with music references throughout and will be ‘more of a night thing’ than the In Bloom café.

Image credit: Rachel Sharp

Taking to Instagram to announce the news of the opening date, they wrote: “Wassup Dogs! Thanks to our friends over at @glasgowlive for spreading the word that we will officially be OPEN this Thursday 14th at 12pm.

“Come pop in say hi and grab one of our mouthwatering No Mean Dogs, like our MacDog here – loaded with our homemade Mac n Naecheese with an onion and bacon mix. Can’t wait to see you all.”

No Mean Dogs is located 160 Garthland Drive, Dennistoun, Glasgow and is open on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday between 12pm – 8pm.

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