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The high end deep-fried corn canine company is broadening into Preston Center. After opening their very first dining establishment in northwest Dallas about a year back, the mother-daughter duo of Vickie Fletcher, who operated at the State Fair of Texas managing the sale of countless corn canines given that the 1980s, and Jace Fletcher Christensen are spreading their expensive fried food fare.
The uncommon name, CornDog without any Name, is the outcome of a claim that settled out of court. The initial name of the very first area, EatFletch, got Christensen in hot water with her step-grandmother, who sued her for utilizing part of her surname in worry individuals would believe they’re serving the main reasonable corn canines (they’re not). Christensen concurred not to utilize the name and, in a rush to resume the dining establishment, slapped up an indication that checked out CornDog Without any Name.
” I do not care what consumers call us, simply call,” she states.
After getting rid of that very first legal difficulty, COVID-19 required the dining establishment to momentarily close once again. Throughout 2020, they did some drive-thru occasions, pop-ups and ultimately curbside to-go alternatives. Simply just recently they resumed the dining-room at the initial area and at their brand-new house. Both places, which carry a high end reasonable ambiance, a bit Mary Poppins-ish, have actually restricted indoor, socially distanced seating and a couple of outside tables.
In 2015 CornDog without any Name did a pop-up at Martin Home Developing for a Flamin’ Hot Cheetos covered corn canine.
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The menu consists of a traditional corn canine ($ 5), however that’s simply the standard. Their “corn canine queen” is dipped in edible gold flakes and is served with a flute of Champagne ($ 24). “The spice” is a pork sausage instilled with jalapeño and cheddar ($ 7). A bacon number is dipped and fried in bacon ($ 10). There’s a restricted supply of elk (or other seasonal meats). “The pickle” includes a pickle-wrapped canine dipped and fried.
They’ll even instill a frank with 0.5 mL of Happiness Organics pure CBD oil prior to frying it up. Christensen states they have actually likewise lastly refined a gluten-free batter and have that on the menu, too.
For vegetarians, there’s a plant-based or cheese choice, plus the Texican, which is fried elotes on a stick. Beer-battered chicken strips are on the menu. Flaming funnel cakes and fried Oreos will assist round off a meal of stunning gluttony. They’re waiting on their alcohol license at the brand-new area, and as soon as that comes through, they’ll have a complete bar, like their northwest Dallas area.
Fried food is finest consumed as quickly as it’s cooled off enough, however if a long drive suggests your food requires to be reheated, Christensen recommends a 500-degree oven for 2 to 3 minutes.
CornDog Without Any Name is dealing with online purchasing and it must be readily available quickly, consumers can likewise contact orders ahead of time. Christensen states they’re likewise concentrating on catering and leasing their area for personal occasions.
CornDog Without Any Name, 6030 Luther Lane (Preston Center), 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday – Saturday.
10220 Innovation Blvd E., Suite 102, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday
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