Dog Haus, the 3-year-old Southern Californian gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger chain, recently announced the first five franchise locations that will be opening in 2014 as part of its ambitious expansion plans beyond the native Pasadena area.
Dog Haus’ franchisee roster has grown to 11 throughout SoCal, Dever, and Utah with 51 planned locations on the horizon, including five outposts with signed leases. Restaurants will be opening in Burbank, Canoga Park, Rancho Cucamonga, Santa Ana, and West Covina.
After franchisee Paul Homayoun opens the Canoga Park location at 6501 Topanga Canyon in Canoga Park this spring, Dog hays will expand to Orange County with franchisee Ryan Welch’s location in Santa Ana at the Westfield Mall (2800 N. Main Street). Subsequent locations will open from franchisee Owen Yan in West Covina (2678 East Garvey Ave. South) and Diana Ramos in Burbank (3817 West Olive Avenue), as well as an additional location from Welch in Rancho Cucamonga (6401 Haven Avenue).
The Southern California craft casual hot dog joint, founded by partners André Vener, Hagop Giragossian and Quasim Riaz, will continue to utilize their passion for creativity, quality and commitment to the community. Their signature 100% all-beef skinless Haus Dogs, Haus Sausages, and 100% natural Black Angus beef burgers grilled on King’s Hawaiian Rolls are sure to attract crowds at these upcoming installations.
More information on Dog Haus and their projects can be found at www.doghaus.com.