Denver November 24, 2016
by R. Phillips The Quirkiest Restaurant In Denver That’s Impossible Not To Love
Yup, Denver’s self-proclaimed sausage czar has been slinging gourmet dogs to Mile Highers for over a decade now, and we just can’t get enough! Biker Jim’s wildly creative creations have received an abundances of accolades, been featured on Food Network and Travel Channel, and are rumored to be favored among celebrities and chefs across the nation. If you haven’t been to this unique restaurant in Denver, you’re truly missing out on something special. Biker Jim’s gourmet dogs knocks all the competitors out of the Ballpark!
Former repo man Jim Pittenger (aka Biker Jim) started with one food cart in 2005 and has now expanded to a handful of carts and a brick-and-mortar in Ballpark.
Biker Jim's is famous for making Denverites frankfurter fantasies come true, with exotic meats like rattlesnake, reindeer, wild boar, buffalo, pheasant, elk, and antelope.
Top that with adornments like caramelized onions soaked in Coca-Cola, french fried onions, cream cheese, and diced jalapeños, and you've got yourself one delectably delicious dog.
Trust me, you'll want to double fist these bad boys! Plump and juicy meats served up on fresh-baked-rolls and smothered in all sorts of gourmet goodness? Hot dog!
As if that isn't enough, Biker Jim's also has an assortment of other mouthwatering morsels, such as fried mac ‘n cheese, burgers, hand cut potato chips, shakes, and more! They've even got a vegan dog for all you veggie lovers out there.
Chipotle brownie ice cream sandwich, anyone?
Biker Jim's is Anthony Bourdain approved...
...has been applauded by Andrew Zimmern of "Bizarre Foods"...
...and even known to please the likes of Ted Danson.
Betcha can't eat just one!
Do your patriotic duty and go devour some sausages at Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs today!
Downtown at Coors Field and 2148 Larimer Street and his carts at 16th and Arapahoe, at Tivoli Commons on the Auraria Campus, and on the Buckley Air Force Base. There are also two roving carts which can often be found at "the Anschultz Medical Center, the South Pearl Street Farmer’s Market, or at an office complex near you."
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