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  • Hot Dogs, Local/Organic
  • 474 Bergen St, Brooklyn NY11217 40.680699 -73.9757039
  • (Btwn 5th & 6th Ave)
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  • (718) 304-0337
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User Ratings (Based on 28 reviews)

3.245
Food 3.5 Value 2.2
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 3.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
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(718) 304-0337
Websites:
www.barkhotdogs.com
www.barkhotdogsnyc.com
Place Order:
Order From Bark for delivery & takeout
Notes:
Major Credit Cards
Hours:
Mon-Thu: 12pm-12am Fri: 12pm-2am Sat: 10am-2am Sun: 10am-3pm
Serves:
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Group Dining, Open Late, WiFi, Delivery, Online Ordering, Wheelchair Friendly, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out, Catering

User Reviews

  • Bark

    Posted by sick from dog on 10/24/2009

    won't give it to my dog to eat

    The french fries were greasy. I ordered the new york hot dog which is sweet onions with mustard. I was extremely hungry so anything would be delicious. I had to take out the dog after 2 bites. The sweet onions and mustard and bun wasn't so bad. Maybe I am not a hot dog lover. I rather eat Gray's Papaya is much better and cheaper. Almost 9 bucks for fries and dog.

  • Bark

    Posted by anonymous on 10/09/2009

    A little too expensive

    I've eaten at Bark twice and had take out from there once. The food is good and I'm more than happy to support a local business that sells quality, tasty food, but...the prices are a little too expensive. $6 for a milkshake and $5 for a hot dog with mustard and sauerkraut? I think if they could just drop there prices buy $1 I might be willing to go there more often. What's better than a hot dog and onion rings as a Saturday afternoon snack, but after paying $13 for just that I started to question my decision in getting take-out. That said the hot dogs, milkshakes and breakfast sandwiches are delicious I just wish they were a bit more affordable.

  • Bark

    Posted by Frank on 09/17/2009

    It's a hot dog... a very expensive hot dog

    Save your money. These hot dogs are OK. Definitely not worth the money unless you need to spend a lot to feel like you're eating something gourmet. But, really, when it comes down to it, you're eating a hot dog.... consider yourself had, sucker. While we're at it, I'll throw a couple of dogs on my grill for you for only $8. I call them Frank's Franks, they are the best hot dogs you'll ever eat, and they interface with your new Mac... I swear.

  • Bark

    Posted by theslopeisdope on 09/06/2009

    Way too expensive, even by Park Slope standards

    The food is all fine, not revelatory, but pretty good. The interior is cool and seating is plentiful at several communal tables. The prices are ridiculous though. Almost $15 for a hot dog with chili and slaw, fries and soda. Make it half that and I would gladly go back, otherwise it's doubtful.

  • Bark

    Posted by live nearby on 09/01/2009

    Once bitten, twice shy

    I'll have to admit to being a skeptical going in; however, I gave it a go. I was hoping to be won over but alas, not to be. The hot dog was good. I don't claim to be an expert or connoisseur - but it tasted good and the variety of topings made it easy to find something interesting. Fries were disappointing. Uninspired and not particularly memorable shoestrings. I don't konw what was going on with the cheese sauce, but it wasn't good. Chicken sandwich was unacceptable. Don't know what to say about it other than maybe I should have know better than to order chicken at a hotdog restaurant. It was unbelievably greasy and had so little chicken in it that you literally had to take the sandwich apart to see if there was any in there. The standout positive was $3 beers, hard to beat that. As a bonus the house special beer was pretty good. If you've been wondering about it, give it a go. Limit your order to hot dogs and beers. Bottomline - ok food if you stick to the basics, but everything on the menu other than beer is over-priced.

  • Bark

    Posted by anonymous on 09/01/2009

    Stick to the Basics

    Before Bark even opened, friends of ours had to move out of the building because of the loud music. We've been curious ever since. A first peek at the menu had us a bit concerned - $6.25 for a sausage, egg and cheese. You can get the same at 5 other places nearby for 1/2 that. Recently, we decided we should check it out (by that time, the SEC sandwich had been marked down to $5.25). My boyfriend ordered the NYC Classic dog - a dog with onions and mustard - and a beer. I went with a "seasonal special" chicken sandwich with leeks and olives, and a red wine. We shared the cheddar fries. When my name was called to pick up my order (no, there is no table service), I almost sent it back. The chicken sandwich looked like a grilled cheese served on over-buttered, grilled white bread, thinner than what I buy at Key Foods. And I had to open it and poke around to find any chicken. Flavor was okay, but the texture was bad, and it was NOT worthy of the $8 price tag. The fries were thin and tasted like oil, and the cheese sauce was gritty. The hot dog was pretty nice, and a decent size, but still overpriced. At $30 for 2 of us to eat ball park food, drink beverages served in plastic cups, and buss our own tables, we would have done just as well (or better?) at Yankee Stadium. Didn't think I'd say it after seeing friends flee the building, but the music at Bark is probably the best part. If I go back, I'll stick with the basics – a dog and a beer – and enjoy the music.

  • Bark

    Posted by Local Guy on 08/29/2009

    Really Disappointing

    First, let me say that I eat a lot of pork and meat and barbecue and enjoy greasy summer food very much.. however, we had WAY too high expectations for this. I had the Pork Sandwich with Cole Slaw and my girlfriend had the chicken sandwich with leeks and olives. We shared a small onion rings and "disco" fries. The pork which would have been fine on its own was heavily breaded and deepfried in a patty. On top of that, the white bread it was served on was soaked in oil and fried as well. It was like drinking vegetable oil! The same story with the chicken (which I couldn't taste anyway) it was more like a grilled cheese without the cheese. The onion rings were ok and crispy but very very oily as well (not drained). The disco fries took the cake however, they were skinny shoestring fries literally swimming in gravy and what was some kind of cheese whiz substance they called "cheddar". A soupy soggy gloopy mess. I couldn't even eat it. The milk shakes are child size and for 6 bucks not even close to what I was expecting. I feel ripped off. Two tiny sandwiches two sides and a shake for $40+ dollars. No thanks.. don't bother.

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