Burger King is expanding their menu this month with the addition of, wait for it, grilled dogs. The burger chain made the dog announcement Wednesday.
The chain tested hot dogs in select locations last year and now the fast food chain famously know for the Whopper – a hamburger – will be rolling out grilled dogs – a hot dog – nationwide on February 23.
Burger King will be offering two variations of grilled dogs: The Classic and Chili and Cheese.
The classic hot dog, which consists if a flame grilled 100% all-beef frank topped with relish, yellow mustard, ketchup and chopped onions, will sell for $1.99. If you want some chili and cheese on that puppy, you’ll have to drop $2.29.
You’ll also be able to customize a dog to suit your personal taste.
Burger King’s proprietary 100% beef hot dog is prepared for the chain by Oscar Mayer.