Fire Station Doghouse Diner opens for business

TOPEKA (KSNT) – An Oakland gourmet hot dog restaurant will expand into a new corner of Topeka on Thursday.

Fire Station Doghouse has opened a new location in South Topeka as the Fire Station Doghouse Diner. In addition to offering classic dogs of origin, the restaurant has plenty of new offerings for hungry Topicans. Owner Johnny Jackson said he wanted the restaurant to capture an “old-school” look and offer customers a variety of options.

“We believe in choice,” Jackson said. “What’s better than having lots of options?”

The restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. Breakfast options include classics like pancakes, waffles, biscuits and gravy, as well as unique items like “American Fireman” and “Bump-Up Buffet.” At lunch, ribs, wings and flatbread pizza are the name of the game.

There will also be exclusive specials for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. Friday nights are “Freshwater Food Night,” featuring fried walleye and “Backwoods Lo-Boil.” Saturday nights are dedicated to “Prime Rib Night,” featuring, you guessed it, the Prime Rib. Other entrees and desserts will also be served on these nights.

The restaurant is open Monday to Friday from 6:00am to 2:00pm and Friday and Saturday from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. The drive-thru restaurant is not yet operational, but the restaurant seats 52 people. You can find this restaurant at 841 Southwest 21st St. Or you can stop by Oakland’s original Fire Department Kennel located at 2211 NE Sardou Ave.

To follow Fire Station Doghouse online, click here to check out their Facebook. Check out the menu options below:

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