Zog's is an outdoor hot dog stand in Mountain Square serving up dogs, fries and beavertails (fried pastry).
If you're ever in the area you definitely need to stop by their stand. It's located right by the Blackcomb gondola and the times I've driven up to Whistler during a middle of the night cruise their hotdogs hit it spot on.
Famous for the Zog's dog (mozza with meat sauce), their poutine with REAL cheese curds and the float fried maple flavoured beavertails, you'd be hard pressed to find something not to like. Lots of toppings available at the condiment bar if you want to charge up a regular or veggie dog. A dog is a dog is a dog, but you can't argue with your tummy.
The staff are quick and personable though most customers don't spend too much time chitchatting with them as their main focus is to get your order out. It's much nicer than just a stand, but there are still only a few stools available or the village square to sit down to.
It's usually pretty cold up there so if you are easily detracted from eating outside by the weather it's not worth the trip up here. If you do find yourself up in the village, try it.
This is not a place to impress your first date. But great food, better than a cafeteria.
Please note all seating is outside, this is not a sit down restaurant, it is a good up to window and wait for your food before sitting down on a bench or set of stairs to eat.
Food is solid, they make a mean veggie dog if that is your thing. Try the sauteed onions and if you have any room in your belly try the Beavertails
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