Jack’s Cosmic Dogs Featured On Alton Brown Podcast Jack Hurley of locally known Jack's Cosmic Dogs fame will appear on a future Alton Browncast podcast with TV Host Alton Brown. Brown recently appeared in North Charleston on his first-ever multimedia variety show road trip billed as Alton Brown Live! The Edible Inevitable Tour, when he asked Hurley to join him and discuss his food business.
Jack's To Serve Beer, Locally-Made Brats And Wine "After 14 years, we are going to offer a few craft draft beers, bottles and select wine. A great way to enter spring and summer with alternatives to our vintage sodas and draft root beer. We will also will be offering fresh made turkey and pork sausages from local butcher Earnest Murray. Golfers can now have the real deal experience at Jack's after a round of golf. Also mom & dad can relax with an adult beverage when the kids are yelling Jack's Jack's Jack's from the back seat of the car regarding what they want for dinner" - Jack Hurley
Jack's Named Among Top 5 For Best Hot Dogs By Mount Pleasant Magazine's Best Of 2013 Final results will be announced soon!
Designing Charleston: How Creative Entrepreneurs Are Transforming the City When patrons eat at Husk or Jack’s Cosmic Dogs, their impressions are partly formed by how these restaurants present themselves - and that starts with the logo itself and the messages it conveys…the cartoonish hotdog logo seems to promise a burst of otherworldly flavor and old-fashioned hipness.
Southern Comfort: Charleston’s Best Food and Restaurants The Culture Trip Jack’s Cosmic Dogs is a local favourite, and an excellent place to duck in for a quick bite as an alternative to Charleston’s traditional Lowcountry and seafood fare. That said, Jack’s Cosmic Dog is nothing like what you’ll find up in New York or Chicago. Each dog and topping combo is a labour of love, with house made sauces, chili, coleslaw, locally-made sausages and hand-cut fries. For a mere $2.95, grab yourself a Cosmic Dog which is topped with ‘Jack’s original blue cheese slaw’ and house sweet potato mustard. According to food guru Alton Brown, the Cosmic Dog is the ‘quintessential slaw dog’ and most certainly a must-eat on the Charleston food map. Otherwise, choose from any of Jack’s 14 hot dog options, including Atomic Dog (homemade chili, freshly diced onions and spicy mustard). Jack’s Cosmic Dogs also offers some throw-back fun with its selection of vintage soda pops, and fountain drinks, as well as Old Dominion Brewery Draft Root Beer.
Best Cheap Eats In Charleston USA Today It's cool, it's kitschy, and it consistently wins the local vote for "best hotdog." Located on the road to Folly Beach, Jack's Cosmic Dogs lists 14 hotdog options, but it's the original Cosmic Dog that Food Network star Alton Brown hailed as "The best thing I ever ate." What's the secret to this dog's success? It comes slathered with owner Jack Hurley's own sweet potato mustard, a mix of molasses, mustard seed and sweet potatoes.
Jack's To Participate In The Read For The Record Program In October, Jack's owner, Jack Hurley, will read to 50 students from the St. James Santee kindergarten, as part of Jumpstart's Read For The Record, which celebrates literacy and promotes early-childhood literacy. In addition to reading, Jack will donate a book for each student to read.
Jack's Proudly Sponsors The Mt. Pleasant Warriors Baseball Team The Mt. Pleasant Warriors Baseball team is made up of 10 & 11 year old boys who love the game. They practice 4 times a week and play in local USSSA tournaments two weekends a month, along with other local teams.
Eat This Tonight: The Best Wieners In Town Charleston City Paper For an out-of-this-world creation, go to Jack's Cosmic Dogs, voted Charleston's best since the turn of the century. Jack's serves up intergalactic fare at two different Lowcountry locations, and dogs range from $2.25 to $3.35. You can grab an Orbit City Dog with homemade chili, creamy cheddar cheese, freshly diced onion, and spicy mustard; nom on a Planet Dog with Jamaican relish, a sweet relish made with red peppers, watermelon and onions; or indulge in a classic Cosmic Dog made with Jack's original blue cheese slaw and famous sweet potato mustard.
Charleston's Best Cheap Eats Southern Living The Galatic Dog at Jack's is loaded with chili, cheese, slaw, and spicy mustard, and that reality hits the spot after a long day. I always order one without a bun for Dottie. Bring your four-legged friend along and grab a spot on the patio.
Out Of More Than 20,000 Restuarants, AAA Names Jack's Among "50 Inspector Picks For Budget Dining" AAA Garnish a basic or vegetarian dog with up to nine toppings, or select from one of 15 signature dogs at this popular stop for beachgoers and day trippers. In keeping with the '50s décor, described as ―The Jetsons meet Happy Days,‖ find the Cosmic Dog with blue cheese slaw, Krypto Dog with spicy brown mustard, Galactic Dog with chili and cheese and Neutron Dog with pepper jack and jalapeno slaw. Hand-cut fries, custard ice cream and long neck sodas are the only other offerings. Featured on the Food Channel, Jack‘s was developed by the owner to train high school entrepreneurs. Inspector Tip: Be sure to get the steamed bun.
Twelve things you didn’t realize you needed to know about the 2012 PGA Golf.com 5) When the Ocean Course was announced as the PGA site several years ago, I predicted then it would be the worst major venue since PGA National, which was stultifyingly hot and had bare greens when it hosted the 1987 PGA. So far, my prediction is right on track. Although I did hit Jack's Cosmic Dogs for dinner last night, which helped.
Southern Fried Ride Men’s Journal If anything I know, the closer you get to the ocean, the worse the food gets. That’s why I was shocked and slawed to find Jack’s Cosmic Dogs Jack’s serves up the best hot dogs I’ve ever had. Ever!
Feasting on Asphalt Food Channel “Jack’s is the perfect roadside restaurant.”
The Best Thing I Ever Ate - Alton Brown Food Channel “If I was on my death bed, I could eat 2 maybe 3 Cosmic Dogs.”
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Out Of This World Dogs Southern Living Magazine Jack Hurley knew that if he built a way cool hot dog stand, they would come. And so they have. Jack's is no ordinary hot dog shack...
Big-Finds Poll Ranks Jack’s Cosmic Dogs As A Top Local Favorite Travleocity Of course, there are plenty of other epicurean Edens in our 2007 Local Secrets, Big Finds round-up, so don’t feel you have to book your ticket to Charleston just yet (although if you do, make sure you also check out Jack’s Cosmic Dogs in Mount Pleasant).
Cosmic Condiment Charleston Magazine Sweet and tangy, with a smoothness coming from the 'taters, a decidely mellow note from molasses, and a zing from the mustard...
Eat This Tonight: Galactic Dogs, Eggy & Leggy Pies, and Twinkie Milkshakes Charleston City Paper If you've ever been to Jack's Cosmic Dogs, then you know that they offer some pretty crazy topping combinations on their hotdogs. From blue cheese slaw to the signature sweet potato mustard, nothing will tickle your taste buds quite like a snack from one of their two locations.
Chill Out with These Cool Treats Charleston Magazine Head to the Mount Pleasant or James Island locations to take your pick from the basics-chocolate and vanilla-or go for something sassier, like orange creamsicle swirl. If you really want to indulge, ask for Moon Pie Magic, featuring soft serve atop a warm, gooey pie drenched in chocolate. Yum!
Take Me Out To The Ballgame Charleston Outdoors Jack's Cosmic Dogs will deliver all of the nostalgia and flavor you crave...the experience will leave you with a lasting impression.
Traveling Charleston Cookie Heaven for hot doglovers, Jack's has 20 different kinds on the menu, sweet potato mustard, and decor reminiscent of Fonzie's garage.
Jacks Serves Up Plates Of Hot Dogs And Nostalgia Charleston Post and Courier "Happy Days" meets "The Jetsons" at this hip hot dog joint. I have to admit I was a little skeptical about gong to review a hot dog joint. But at Jack's there is one word, dude: Cosmic.
I Came, I Slaw, I Conquered Trippy Food As if their Cosmic Dogs and fries weren’t enough, they also offer root beer on tap from Old Dominion Brewery. The rooty-tooty fresh and bubbly brew is served properly in frosted mugs and did more to evoke old-timey soda fountain goodness than any soda I’ve ever had.