Monday, September 24, 2007

Dougies is coming to Baltimore!

And I thought Subway's was exciting news...

I received some great news just before Yom Kippur. By reading Presence (specifically this post) I learned that Dougies is coming to Baltimore, at least as a mobile restaurant. For those who aren't familiar with it, Dougies is a great kosher BBQ restaurant. My wife (at the time my girlfriend) took me to the Dougies in Manhattan for my birthday, since I had mentioned that I like BBQ beef ribs. The ribs there were incredible. After we got married, we ate at the Brooklyn Dougies a few times when visiting her family in Boro Park. And when we did the Ride to Remember, Salute to Israel Parade out of Teaneck, we hit the Teaneck Dougies with my parents. The BBQ beef sub was so stuffed with beef that even as delicious as it was, I couldn't finish it! Right around when we got married, Laya asked the (manager? owner?) of Dougies if he'd open up a shop in DC or Baltimore. He just said something like "we'll see, some day maybe."
I guess we'll have to make visits to Baltimore a full day event now, lunch at Subways, and dinner at Dougies (or at least take out and bring home with us)!

I e-mailed the contact person for Dougies, and he said that after they get their business going, they want to add a second truck to hit the Rockville / Silver Spring area, which is a good bit closer to me.

This news didn't make my fast any easier, but it's certainly worth it! :-)


Mordechai Y. Scher said...

'Full day event' includes breakfast. When Yaarah and I go to Denver for a Shabbat (~300 miles), Sunday we have breakfast and lunch out, and have the deli make up sandwiches for the road.


Jewish Deaf Motorcycling Dad said...

Good point. I heard there is a kosher restaurant in Baltimore that does brunch on Sundays, but then again, that sort of blows the "Subway for Lunch" thing. I'll have to see if there are any breakfast places.

As for packing up the sandwiches, that's what we do now when traveling to/from family up north, but they tend to be homemade (not that there's anything wrong with that). Next time we go up, I'm going to try to time it so we hit Teaneck or Monsey (depending on which way we go) around lunch time.

Mordechai Y. Scher said...

I just spotted this ad. Sounds like a good deal.