In the heart of Paris is a new nugget address : Oh My Dog restaurant ! On the menu ? Real New York hot dogs !
A tasty and traditional experience
It is in the heart of the 9th arrondissement and a stone’s throw from the Folies Bergère that Alfred Bernardin inaugurates Oh My Dog !, a hot dog restaurant like in New York that pays homage to the original recipe. Eager to offer its customers a tasty and traditional experience, Oh My Dog! offers a card without compromise. To take away or enjoy on the spot, the 6 hot dog recipes are made with top quality ingredients: the beef sausages, pillars of the New York recipe, as well as the potato buns come from artisan manufacturers recognized for their know-how. TO DO. Sauces and condiments, such as relish, mustard or guacamole, are homemade and made on site.
An atypical and surprising space
Oh My Dog! takes up residence in the former Passage Richer, an atypical and surprising space where Alfred Bernardin has managed to preserve the character of the original place while infusing modernity and freshness. Thus, stone columns and period stucco work alongside colorful neon lights and a long marble counter where customers can enjoy their hot dogs in a relaxed and cheerful atmosphere. The Corner Richer welcomed its first customers on April 21, 2022 and new addresses will be opening soon.
Grandson of the founder of the cabaret Crazy Horse
Visionary and charismatic, Alfred Bernardin comes from a family of entrepreneurs. Grandson of Alain Bernardin, founder of the cabaret Crazy Horse Saloon, he is at the origin of many Parisian establishments, like the Renoma Café, located avenue George V, or the restaurant Alfred, avenue de Versailles. His passion for American street food can be explained by his life journey which led him to New York, where he met his wife and started a family. Alfred then discovers the real hot dog, which he consumes daily with his wife and children. Wishing to share this authentic experience with Parisians, he recently founded Oh My Dog!, a hot dog restaurant that pays homage to the original recipe invented by Charles Feltman in 1869.
Oh my dog
35 rue richer