MILWAUKEE — For the past fifteen years, the Dogg Haus has been serving up their Chicago style hot dogs to their customers on Brady Street. But things have come to a screeching halt because of the pandemic, forcing Mazen Muna to close two of his locations.
"With the three locations that are existing for the Dogg Haus restaurants, the Marquette University (location) I tried to hang on as long as possible," Muna says. "But with no school, no faculty, and people being locked down, I had to close that location temporarily. Same for the Jefferson Street location, because that relied on Business people coming out for lunch, and late-night people coming for after bar hours late at night."
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But Mazen is doing takeout and curbside service at the Brady Street location and trying to keep a smile on his face.
"I'm trying to stay as positive as possible," he says. "I'm not the only one that is affected."