Photos: The ‘Hit ‘Em With the Heinnn’ Hot Dog Looks Delicious

Stern Show fans can enjoy the latest Jon Hein-inspired menu item at the Rust & Gold sports bar in Huntington, N.Y.

November 3, 2016
Photo: c/o The Rust & Gold, Huntington, N.Y.

Everyone’s favorite Jon Hein-inspired catchphrase has once again been immortalized in food form.

The Rust & Gold sports bar in Huntington, N.Y., recently added a hot dog to its menu called the “Hit ‘Em With the Heinnn.”

The mouth-watering creation (pictured above) is an all-beef hot dog topped with BBQ beef, homemade Rainbow Slaw, bread-and-butter pickles, and a dash of “banging” Chef Sauce. It costs “noine” dollars and is one of the restaurant’s best sellers.

“It’s a real belly buster, in true Jon Hein style,” explained the owners of the Rust & Gold, who also said they’re huge fans of the Stern Show.

Furthermore, when the order’s up for the item, the kitchen staff yells “Hit ’em with the Hein!” for the whole restaurant to hear.

The hot dog’s namesake, Jon Hein, decided to see what all the fuss was about and paid a visit to the Rust & Gold. He was told by the restaurant’s staff that the “Hit ’em With the Heinnn” is purposely “loaded up” with condiments to truly tease the Stern Show staffer who only enjoys his fast food plain. Even still, Jon said he had a great time during his meal and tweeted a thank you to everyone at the Rust & Gold.

And in case you were wondering, Jon ordered a plain hot dog and a side of fries.

The Rust & Gold has other Stern Show-related items in the works, too. Next up is an alcohol special called “Richard’s Dad,” a.k.a. a Coors Original and a shot of well whiskey.

Click here for more information on the Rust & Gold and be sure and check out more pictures (below).

Photo: c/o The Rust & Gold, Huntington, N.Y.
Photo: c/o The Rust & Gold, Huntington, N.Y.
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