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- Doolittle's Machete Dog features a bacon-wrapped dog, loaded with pico de gallo, mayo, mustard and ketchup; topped with sliced avocado.
Because we know you care about your body and what you put into it — well, most of the time — let us offer a slightly different way to get into the spirit: by sampling local treats that offer an elevated way to celebrate the day's excesses.
While these spots offer plenty of guilty pleasures, they make 'em using the finest ingredients. That way you can enjoy the rush of being naughty without a gnawing feeling of guilt that follows you for days.
Cereal Killer Sweets is known for the marshmallow gooeyness of its gluten-free cereal treat bars. It's also expanded its menu to include brownies, butter queens and GF cookies. Find CKS treats at select local coffee shops or order online 24/7. Cereal Killer Sweets, 1031 Patricia Suite 104, 210-753-2032, cerealkillersweets.com
Ditch that freeze-dried nonsense and head over to Nama Ramen for the Udon Special: savory beef broth with udon noodles, pork belly, green onions, bok choy, naruto and a touch of scallion oil. The eatery is only offering takeout, so plan ahead. Nama Ramen, 6565 Babcock Rd Suite 19, namaramen.smartonlineorder.com.
Up-and-coming mobile kitchen Doolittle’s features a rotating menu of loaded dogs, perfect for a cheat day. Give the Jalapeño Popper Dog a shot: a bacon-wrapped frank, stuffed with cream cheese and diced jalapeños, nestled into a toasty bun. Ask chef for some fresh-squeezed lemonade to wash it all down. Doolittle’s Mobile Kitchen and Catering, (210) 284-5970, Doolittle's on Facebook.
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