San Antonio-Based Taco Cabana To Offer Sonoran Hot Dogs Over Independence Day Weekend
For better or worse, we struggle to find a food that screams “America” more than hot dogs, and the Tex-Mex hawkers at Taco Cabana seem to agree.
Starting July 2, the San Antonio-born chain will be offering Sonoran hot dogs to celebrate Independence Day. The dogs originated in the Mexican state of Sonora in the 1980s, according to culinary traditions, and eventually crossed the border to become a staple in the Southwest.
The Taco Cabana version of the Sonoran dog starts with a franc topped with ground beef, queso, pico de gallo, and jalapeños. People can also opt for a bacon sausage topped with pico de gallo and a salsa-ranch fillet.
Hot dogs are available a la carte for around $ 3, but the chain also offers a dog and beer package. Including a national beer, the package will cost $ 5, while premium beer packages will cost an additional 50 cents.
Independence Day dogs will be available at San Antonio TC locations from July 2-5.
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