Biker Jim’s

Hot Dog | Vegan-Friendly
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Biker Jim’s is an ode to the hot dog and all its infinite potential. Fifteen varieties are available, from wild boar and rattlesnake to classic all-beef and a choice of vegan weenies (mild or spicy). Elk, reindeer, rattlesnake, duck cilantro, bacon brat, and wild boar are a few other options.

Once you choose the frank you like, it’s time to decide how you want it dressed. Here, too, options are staggering. Biker Jim’s Classic topper is cream cheese and caramelized onions. There are traditional Coney sauce, the Sonoran array (pinto beans, jalapenos, tomatoes, onions, mustard, and mayo), El Diablo (tomatillo chile salsa, sriracha lime mayo, and bacon), and at least a half-dozen more.

Available sides include French fries served too hot to hold; house-made potato chips, vegan Biker Baked Beans, fried pickles, and charred tahini cauliflower. Even dessert is different: not just ordinary ice cream sandwiches, but chipotle ice cream sandwiches. Or how about limoncello sour orange swirl cheesecake with a ginger snap crust?

Note: Biker Jim’s is open until 3:30am Friday and Saturday nights. The rest of the week, it closes at 10pm.

What to Eat
Biker Jim’s, Southwest Buffalo Dog
Southwest Buffalo Dog
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Southwest Buffalo dog, topped Sonoran Style
Biker Jim’s, Fried Mac ‘n’ Cheese
Fried Mac ‘n’ Cheese
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Crisp, non-greasy logs of fried mac 'n' cheese
Biker Jim’s, Baked Beans
Baked Beans
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Biker baked beans, doctored up with ketchup, onions, apples, sugar, and siracha, are vegan-friendly.
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Price
$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Lunch, Dinner
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
Yes
Outdoor Seating
Yes
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