Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT

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2008/11/20 13:27:37 (permalink)

Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT

Hi, this is my first post. I have read quite a few of the posts here and have found and tried some great restaurants that I would never have known about otherwise. In my travels I have found a somewhat new hot dog restaurant in Pawcatuck, CT that I wanted to mention. It is on Route One between Westerly, RI and Mystic, CT. The name is Cousins Doghouse and Grille. The serve up quite a variety of toppings on their hot dogs and also offer specialty burgers. I thought it was a great place and I was wondering if anyone else here has tried it.

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    MiamiDon
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/20 13:42:16 (permalink)
    Never been there, but I did find their[url='http://www.cousinsdoghouse.com/index.html']website[/url].
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    leethebard
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/20 13:54:12 (permalink)
    Caleb, welcome to Roadfood......and enjoy...
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/20 19:51:56 (permalink)
    Welcome, Caleb. I know that they use a natural casing Sabrett dog. I remember speaking with one of the owners before they opened when they were deciding on what they would use. I haven't been there, but the owner was enthusiastic and knows hot dogs. Glad you liked Cousins and I wish them well.
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/20 21:20:06 (permalink)
    A regular dog for $3.25? Ridiculous!
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/21 08:58:35 (permalink)
    That price of $3.25 includes any or all toppings. That price is in line with what you would pay at other Connecticut emporiums these days if you wanted toppings. Nathan's is charging about $3 for a single frank at Coney Island, with only mustard, sauerkraut, or raw onions for free.
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/21 09:20:24 (permalink)
    I like that all the toppings are included in the price. Two dogs, small fries and a soda for nine bucks isn't bad at all.
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/21 09:30:56 (permalink)
    I see that they list bacon on the toppings list. That's often an additional cost item elsewhere.

    There's also something called "soupy". What's that? Is that a Connecticut thing?

    Linguica is listed, too. Sausage on your hot dog? All right! (Maybe it's just for the burgers?)
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    RE: Cousins Doghouse and Grille, Pawcatuck ,CT 2008/11/21 09:37:25 (permalink)
    Soupy is a dried sausage. I've only seen it in pepperoni stick form. I believe it is similar to Soppresata.

    Here is a picture:
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