CornDog With No Name is opening its second location in Preston Center just in time for the holidays. Planned to open on Dec. 21, the restaurant serves designer corn dogs and desserts.
The brand is owned by Vic and Jace Fletcher, mother and daughter respectively, who come from a “long line of fried food connoisseurs” according to their website. This new opening comes after settling a high-profile court case.
The new shop will be located between Hopdoddy Burger Bar and the Gem, a juice bar.
“We wanted to be in the Park Cities. I went to SMU, so the neighborhood feels like home,” Jace Fletcher says to Eater Dallas. “My Mom’s very first job was at a donut shop on the corner of Preston and Berkshire Lane 50 years ago.”
CornDog With No Name has classic corn dogs and specialties. A standout on their menu is “The Corn Dog Queen,” a 24K gold-dipped dog served with bubbly ($24). Other options include “The Bacon,” a pork sausage dog infused with jalapeno and cheddar and smothered in bacon ($10) and “The Day Break”, which has breakfast sausage and maple syrup ($6).
Guests can also choose from a variety of desserts, and for an extra $5 guests can add CBD to their dogs.
CornDog With No Name will have curbside and patio service only from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday through Saturday. They are also available for catering.
CornDog With No Name, 6030 Luther Ln, Dallas, TX 75225, (214) 810-3052