I couldn’t leave without trying Good Dog’s version of one of my personal favorites, chorizo. The chorizo hash plate was an absolutely delicious combination of GD’s house-made chorizo, avocado, tomato and jalapeno layered on top of their hash brown potatoes and topped with an over easy poached egg. That alone would be enough to make anyone’s taste buds break into a Broadway dance number, but the folks at Good Dog add a side of lime cream to the plate that plays the perfect foil to the rich flavors and textures on the rest of the plate.
All of Good Dog’s breakfasts can be made vegetarian with items like their house-made black bean sausage (think black bean burger in tube form) or veganaise if you prefer. If you’re on the run there are made-from-scratch muffins, yogurt and if you call ahead they’ll even meet you at the curb with your order. Owner, Susan Paden said she wants to give her customers “an experience, as well as good food prepared well.” Visit Good Dog for breakfast or anytime of the day for your own experience in good food done right.
Good Dog - 34 Frazier Ave. - (423) 475-6175 - eatatgooddog.com
Breakfast: Daily, 7 to 10:30 am, Lunch & Dinner: Sun - Thur, 11 am - 9 pm, Fri - Sat, 11 am - 10 pm