What's Up Hot Dog

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 5 reviews )

2481 E Hastings St, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V5K 1Y8

Serves meat, vegan options available. Hot dog place where around 5 of the menu items have vegan versions. Offers vegan float with coconut bliss ice cream. Open Wed-Thu 12:00pm-8:00pm, Fri-Sat 12:00pm-10:00pm, Sun 12:00pm-7:00pm.

Categories: American, Fast food, Take-out, Non-veg

5 Reviews

First Review by ohstephyy

Vegan Wings FTW - Edit

Highly recommend it - came here on a whim (actually, for the vegan wings!) as my boyfriend and I are spending about 24 hours in Vancouver.

We ordered the vegan wings, BBQ sauce with a side of the dill ranch. So, so good - but who wouldn’t love a deep fried cauliflower?! 😜

I actually got the vegan Caesar salad as my entree, and I’m so glad I did. I used to love Caesar salads before I was vegan, and it’s hard to find a solid one, but this one was it. (Plus I didn’t want to feel too heavy after eating the wings.) My boyfriend got one of the hot dogs and was really happy with his choice.

They serve two different vegan options for both dogs and burgers - a veggie dog or apple maple field roast sausage, and then either a tempeh patty or a beyond meat patty. (Up charge for both, unfortunately.)

The actual restaurant/bar is pretty small, so seating can be limited. If you have a party bigger than 3 or 4 this may not be a good spot to go unless it’s during their slower time. Otherwise, no reservations, go try it out!!

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My fav cauliflower wings. - Edit

Try the cauliflower wings in every flavor. Especially the peanut flavor with sriracha mayo for dip.

Pros: Fun atmosphere, Fun menu , Fun times

Cons: Serves meat

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Vegan Wing Night - Edit

They have a vegan wing night on Mondays, where the vegan cauliflower wings are half price. But they are on the regular menu too, all the time. They were really good.

Pros: Cheap vegan wings, Nice staff

Cons: Loud music, Not a fully vegan restaurant

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Awesome! - Edit

This place is really cool. It's a retro diner on a great little strip on East Hastings. Most of their menu can be made vegan and although I can't eat them due to gluten sensitivities I appreciate the effort. There are salads I can eat there and I enjoy their fries. Funny thing is, I ordered my meat munching friends vegan dogs without them knowing. As they drooled over them while making fun of me for missing out on meat I quietly laughed to myself knowing they were vegan haha!! At the end I told them and although they were a little embarrassed, they took it well and were very impressed. I highly recommend trying these vegan dogs!

Pros: Vegan hot dogs!, cool vibe, nice staff

Cons: serves meat

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Amazing!!!! - Edit

Almost every hot dog on their menu can be turned vegan! They use daiya and other vegan cheeses as well as field roast sausages. Their waffle fries are perfection, thin and crispy on the outside and mashed potato-ish on the inside. I had the 'pulled pork' hot dog, and also the spicy jalapeneo one (i can't remember what it was called). They also have floats now, which they can make vegan. Super yummy, and moderately priced. They have a cool retro style aesthetic, complete with artwork on the walls, old movies to watch and pin ball machines!

Pros: mostly everything can be made vegan, cool aesthetic, yummy hot dogs!

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