Once a popular food truck, Good Dog Houston parked itself in a permanent brick-and-mortar location in the Heights in November 2013, where it quickly became an equally popular restaurant. Long lines often form here on the weekends, with patrons seeking house-made dogs on fresh-baked buns, local beer, and chilly milkshakes. The condiments, too, are made in-house, including the Sriracha ketchup and “short bus” mustard that top the hand-dipped corn dogs. Our favorites are the Guac-a-Dog slathered with guacamole, jalapeños, cumin, and lime and the unusual Sunshine Dog, which pairs pickled red onions and dill relish with cream cheese and mayonnaise. Yes, it totally works.