"Developer Rocco Termini is in the process of finishing up his latest project – a restaurant called Dog é Style that takes advantage of the double decker shipping container look, and if you ask me, it looks pretty sweet."
"For all of you hot dog lovers who have been waiting for a great charbroiled hot dog to come to downtown Buffalo, the wait is almost over. Ever since Ted’s deserted us, we have been waiting for this sort of operation to return. Now it’s coming back with a vengeance!"
"In case you were unsure, Dog e’ Style is a hot dog restaurant, but with a twist. To start, they aren’t using Sahlen’s, which is a great decision in our opinion. Instead, they are using Wardynski’s, another local hot dog company that sometimes flies under the radar. To give their menu an extra edge, several of their dogs are unique, custom blends that have been created specifically for Dog e’ Style. The Banh Mi Dog actually uses a hot dog that is filled with raw pork (and then cooked, obviously)."
"The latest evolution of Buffalo’s love affair with the wiener can be found at Dog é Style and while the name of the restaurant – and the double entendres that it lends itself to – can be moan-inducing, the staff at Dog é Style takes their position very seriously."
"Craft beer and high-end hot dogs. Woof! A Fat Duck Dog features foie gras, mushrooms and truffle aioli while the Nola Dog takes a cue from New Orleans’ famous muffuletta with ham, provolone, olive salad and fried oysters. You could go regular ketchup and mustard, but why?"
"While some might yap at the higher priced dogs, consider this: Half the fries and rings came home and later, our tales still wagging, we texted each other to confess we skipped dinner. To Dog é Style we say, 'bow-wow.' "