Archive | March, 2010

New York Hot Dog & Coffee

10 Mar

This venue is closed.

New York Hot Dog & Coffee

Rating: ★★★☆☆
245 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014
Website
(917) 388-3742
Price: $
Hours:
Sun-Thu, 11am-11pm
Fri-Sat, 11am-1am
Nearest Transit:
W 4th St (A, C, E, B, D, F, V)
Christopher St (1)
Christopher St (PATH)
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Authentic Korean Ingredients, but a very pricy gimmick

New York Hot Dog & Coffee is a popular tube-steak chain in South Korea with over 170 branches. Their first venture outside of their home land is none other than New York City. Stationed in the West Village, New York Hot Dog & Coffee offers hotdogs with Korean toppings, Korean style burgers and tacos. I tried their signature bulgogi hotdog ($5.99) and bbq chicken wrapdog ($5.99). The bulgogi and bbq chicken tasted authentic, but the hotdog was very generic. The ingredients don’t mix and it tasted like two separate items. The bread was nice and fluffy, while the wrap was bit on the dry-side. The coffee was decent, nothing to brag about. In typical Korean-fashion, they also offer waffles and frozen yogurt. Overall, the food is decent, not great, and definitely overpriced.

They have some seating in the front and a pretty cozy lounge with a sunroof out back. In talking with the manager, Sandy Choi, she informed me that they also offer free in-store WiFi and urges customers to take advantage of that.

New York Hot Dog & Coffee

New York Hot Dog & Coffee

New York Hot Dog & Coffee
Bulgogi Hotdog + Kimchi Bulgogi Taco + Small Fries

New York Hot Dog & Coffee
Bulgogi Hotdog – $5.99

New York Hot Dog & Coffee
BBQ Chicken Wrapdog – $5.99

New York Hot Dog & Coffee
Belgian Waffles

New York Hot Dog & Coffee

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