Summer Dog boat brings hot dogs and bikinis to the waterways of Lake Washington

Image: Montlaker

First there were food carts, then food trucks and now food boats. Summer Dog, a new floating food venture combining a “love for hot dogs, bikinis, boating and kick ass fun times,” appeared east of the Montlake Cut on Sunday just in time for Seafair. The boat seemed to be a big hit, with canoes, kayaks and motorboats lining up for grilled hot dogs made-to-order. Deliveries via cell phone and paddle board — payment by credit card — and cash accepted wet or dry.

Looked good from shore, but two questions remain: are the dogs any good? — and — does it really matter?

Follow @summerdogboat to go find out.

3 thoughts on “Summer Dog boat brings hot dogs and bikinis to the waterways of Lake Washington

  1. Speaking of food on the water in our ‘hood, what the heck is going on at the old Red Robin? Is that going to be a graffiti covered eyesore forever? Last we heard in 2010, “Montlake LLC”/Anne-Marie Kreidler was looking for a new tenant. Now the building looks like it should be condemned. Any way Montlaker could investigate?

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