Hot Diggity Hosts ‘The Art of Hawk Krall’

Dogs in a pile
Dogs in a pile Photo: Hawk Krall

South Street hot dog haunt Hot Diggity will host “The Art of Hawk Krall” throughout the rest of February. The exhibit, which will be the largest showing of the local artist, tubed meats enthusiast and junk food blogger’s work to date, kicks off tonight with an opening reception at 6 p.m. Like most First Friday gallery events, Krall’s show will have some complimentary beers, and Hot Diggity’s menu will be in full effect, including a new Detroit Coney dog. Original paintings and prints that span the work Krall’s done for the “Hot Dog of the Week” column he does for Serious Eats, as well as other drawings will be on display. Many of the pieces will also be available for buyers. “It’s not everything,” Krall told Grub. “Its a good mix of stuff, though — some old and some new.”

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