The only bad thing about "breakfast" at haute hot dog shop Bark in Park Slope? That it's only served on Saturday and Sunday. This chorizo sandwich ($8), the housemade sausage crispy-edged and plenty juicy, is served on a butter-browned English muffin with pickled jalapeños, egg, and a mellow avocado sauce—it's warm and cool, spicy and creamy, juicy and crunchy all at once.
Also tasty? The French toast ($8) made from Amy's Bread brioche, downright custardlike on the inside and smothered in sparingly sweet strawberry preserves...
... and the biscuit with gravy ($5), its crispy-edged biscuit soaked through with sausage flavor. It's not as light as we like our biscuits, but smothered in this gravy, we're not complaining.
Bark Hot Dogs
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