Purcellville’s Haute Dogs and Fries shuts its doors
The restaurant plans to shift its focus to creating private label hot dogs and sausages in partnership with Fields of Athenry Farm in Purcellville.
The all-meat products will own the Haute Dogs and Fries label and will be available for sale at their restaurant in Alexandria, and other future outlets.
"We are truly grateful to the Purcellville and greater western Loudoun community for their support over the last six years, however, we feel current and future developments in the town of Purcellville are not conducive to small business growth. While we truly regret the closing of our Flagship restaurant, we are very excited to continue our growth in the Metro DC area where our commitment to serving locally sourced natural foods has been so well received. We look forward to evolving our concept with our own private label hot dogs and sausages through our continued relationship with the Fields of Athenry Farm beginning in January," said Haute Dogs co-owner Pamela Swanson.
In a released statement, the owners said the food product line has been "months in the making."
"It speaks to the core of what co-owners Lionel Holmes and Pamela Swanson believe in - fresh farm to table food, regardless of whether that table is in their restaurant or a home," the written statement said.
The continued partnership with Fields of Athenry will include all of the restaurant's meat items such as sausages, lamb, hot dogs and hamburgers.
"Our farm is thrilled to expand our partnership with Haute Dog and Fries to bring the best of the best Haute Dogs into the world of healthy eating and family favorites," said Elaine Boland of Fields of Athenry.
Haute Dogs and Fries co-owners said they will be considering future expansion to a Northern Arlington location as well.
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