Spikes Hot Dogs News


Spike’s Catches the National News

Spikes is very excited to have caught the eye of QSR magazine during our July Adopt A Dog mission. During the month of July SPike’s teamed up the the Oregon Humane Society to help promote Dog adoption and offered special treats to people who adopted dogs as well as to the dogs. Spike’s is proud to be involved in the community and hopes to continue to be involved in different ways to help make keep Portland great.

Here is the article from QSR:
Spike’s Hot Dogs Promoting Dog Adoptions in July


National Hot Dog Day Challenge

We had a blast celebrating National Hot Dog Day this year, we were lucky enough to have not one but two hot dog challenges. first was a untimed kids challenge followed by the adults challenge. It was a great time again this year and we can’t wait to carry the tradition on. Happy Hot Dogs!

Hopefully you have had a chance to see the our video of the kids hot dog challenge. Here are the adults battling it out in celebration of National Hot Dog Day at Spike's 2nd Annual Hot Dog Challenge. Thank you to Kohr, Rob and Joe for another great event!

Posted by Spike's Hot Dogs on Tuesday, July 25, 2017


A Taste of Summer

Spike’s is always happy when family’s come to visit and that is why we are excited to be included in the Red Tricycle’s article “Get a Taste of Summer at These Local Hot Dog Joints”. If you haven’t heard of the Red Tricycle it is website created to give parents great ideas about things to do with there family, including places to eat and all kinds of things to do. Spike’s loves having family’s of all ages visit and we hope kids enjoy our color pages and their kids meals. We also hope they have fun decorating their hot dog or maybe they just like a good old corn dog dipped in some ketchup, which is always an option.

Check out the article on the Red Tricycle here.

Find out more about the Red Tricycle here.


Chloe’s Kind Words

Of course we are happy anytime we can make our costumers happy but when a 10 year old girl takes the time to let you know you did something right that definitely brings a smile to our faces. Thank you Chloe for your kind words and we hope to see you back again soon.


Spike’s Hot Dogs Helps Our Homeless with a Valentine’s Lunch

This Valentine’s Day, Spike’s Hot Dogs is teaming up with Transition Projects- Willamette Center to serve a meal to 150 people in need. Founded in 1969, Transition Projects helps meet the basic needs of 700 people every day through nine program sites, and places over 600 people in affordable housing each year. A year-round supporter of the homeless, Spike’s is honored to work with the organization.

A great Valentine's Day with Spike's Hot Dogs and Transition Projects, Inc. at the Willamette Center. Spikes is serving up hot dogs for the women and couples, today. In MY opinion, a hot dog is GREAT any day of the week! Really great to meet all the folks here who are making a difference in lives, each and every day!

Posted by KGW's Rachael Rafanelli on Tuesday, February 14, 2017


Local students celebrate National Hot Dog Day


A group of local students from Le Cordon Bleu College celebrated National Hot Dog Day with a friendly hot dog decorating competition. KATU News documented the story with great pictures and a story. The students had 40 condiments to choose from while designing their individual creation. After the dogs were made student judges picked the winner!

Local Students