San Francisco’s still quirky, just not as much so.
To the dismay of regular customers, Zog’s Dogs, the Financial District’s premier purveyor of cooked sausage and interpretive dance, has closed.
Customers are still hearing the news about the street stand’s steamers going silent.
The hot dogs aren’t the half of it. Where will we find a place that offers customers their portrait rendered in ketchup and mustard? Or a launching pad for hot dogs bound for outer space?
“That was the thing,” says co-owner Jesse “Zog” Herzog. “We’ve always had fun. We did an annual artistic residency where we turned the stand over to an artist to reimagine the hot dog experience.”
Wait, did he just say “reimagine the hot dog experience”?
That’s right. Take that interpretive dance, which Zog’s Dogs presented two years ago.
“It was supposed to represent emotion, food and the digestive process,” said Layne Cassidy, a co-owner who often ran the stand.
“You could order your hot dog with a side of dance,” Herzog said. “
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