Business Spotlight: B-Dogs, Unique Hot Dog Catering

B-Dogs offers something more than the standard hot dog and condiments with uniquely inspired Coney dogs made fresh from their mobile cart.

Tim Bishop of B-Dogs

Hot dog carts are common sites in many cities. Chicago and New York are noted for their street vendors serving the All-American treat. Several Florida towns are infamous for allowing scantily clad women to serve hot dogs on street corners. Tim Bishop of B-Dogs thankfully does not wear a T-back bikini nor does he walk a street beat. You can find Tim indoors at the Flint Farmer’s Market Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays. What you will also find is some of the most unique flavor combinations ever to dress a hot dog.

For $2.00 Tim will serve you a “Mac & Cheese” dog, a “BLT” dog or his favorite combo with cream cheese, bacon and sliced jalapenos. While you can order a conventional “Stadium Dog” with ketchup, mustard, onions, and relish. Tim would much rather serve you a “Coney Crunch.” A Flint style Coney with melted cheese, crushed Fritos, and Jalapenos. Or, you could try a “Backyard BBQ” dog with bacon, onions, and a pickle slice topped with BBQ sauce.

The Dirty South Dog

When not hanging out at the Farmer’s Market he caters events such as graduation parties, corporate gatherings, or just about any activity where a hot dog is welcome. We met Tim at the grand opening of the Jennifer Lasco Real Estate office in Fenton. Where he served “Flint Style Coney’s” a dog called the “Big Pig”, a Flint style with bacon, mustard, and onions. His “Deep South” comes with coleslaw, mustard, and onions. My personal favorite was the “Dirty South.” It starts as a Flint style and then Tim adds coleslaw, mustard and onion toppings.

Contact Tim Bishop

Regardless of how you like your hot dogs, Tim can fashion a unique flavor combination for your next event or party. Contact Tim by e-mail,, or give him a call at 810-280-0037 to book his catering cart. Like the $2.00 market dogs. Event pricing is very reasonable and the quality of food along with Tim’s entertaining personality is top notch.

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Steve Sweitzer
Steve is the Sports Editor for the Lasco Press and highlights our coverage of the NASCAR Cup Series. Steve is a member of the National Motorsports Press Association and a nationally published author of automotive related articles for industry trade magazines. He is also a freelance technical writer and accomplished photographer. A 25-year resident of Southeast Michigan, Steve’s passion for reporting on our community, it’s residents, and our automotive connections allow us to use his skills to cover a number of events. Steve’s ability to seek out the unique behind the scenes accounts that tell the often-overlooked aspect of a story makes for entertaining reading. Follow Steve at with weekly NASCAR updates and featured articles.