Korean-style corn dog eatery Two Hands opening in Wichita

Two Hands Corn Dogs
Picture courtesy of Two Hands Corn Dogs Facebook page

I’m not sure if there’s a silverware shortage going on in the world. If there is, it doesn’t matter, as you can use both hands at this new restaurant serving Korean-style corn dogs. The national chain based out of Los Angeles, Two Hands Corn Dogs, is coming to Wichita later this year.

Started in 2019, Two Hands sells corn dogs that are taken to a whole new level. They offer Korean-style street corn dogs including their signature spicy dog, a corn dog combined with the Two Hands spicy sauce and peppered with hot Cheetos powder; the potato dog, a corn dog wrapped with potato cubes and slathered with the two hands dirty sauce. For those who like to play it safe, they also have an American classic dog with mustard and ketchup.

The first location is set to go on the Wichita State campus in Braeburn Square where Fuzzy’s Taco Shop and Social Tap are located. The news was confirmed by a representative at Two Hands. At this moment, they are hoping to be open by December, if not, by January 2023.

Stay tuned for more updates about Two Hands Corn Dogs. For more information, visit twohandsus.com.  

Happy Dining,
Eddy


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