Photo by Steven
Glizzy's — billed as "Brooklyn's Best Hot Dogs" — opened last week at 34 Saint Mark's Place between Second Avenue and Third Avenue. (We first mentioned this pending arrival on May 30.)
This will be the second outpost for the brand that started last year in Williamsburg.
Johnny Huynh, the founder and co-owner of Glizzy's, grew up in Bushwick and operates Lucy's Vietnamese restaurants in Brooklyn.
Some background via Greenpointers:
Glizzy's menu kicks off with the "N.Y. Classic" that includes onions in red sauce, sauerkraut, and spicy brown mustard. Next, there's a dog called "Houston, We Have A Problem" with smoked brisket chili, chopped and fried onions, and a cheddar cheese sauce.The "OG Lucy's" is a nod to Huynh's Vietnamese restaurant and has cucumber, cilantro, basil, mayo, pickled carrots, hoisin, and sriracha. Next up is the "Mr. Lee" with kimchi, scallions, furikake, fried garlic, Korean BBQ sauce, and sesame oil."The Ocky" is halal and includes chopped onions, tomatoes, harissa, and yogurt sauce, while the "Phil Me Up" contains potato salad, scallions, furikake, and curry ranch dressing.
You can find the menu here.
Hours: Noon to midnight Sunday through Wednesday, with a 3 a.m. close Thursday through Sunday.