You’d expect good food at a Greek eatery but at The Clinton Station Diner in the New Jersey town it’s named for there’s unusual offerings that led to it being featured on the Food Network’s Outrageous Food – and hot sauce.
It’s the product of the diner’s business director Nick Zambas, whose dad Mike is the founder and owner of the popular spot where diners can win up to $2,000 by finishing up to 105 pounds of burgers, said My Central Jersey.
Nick developed Bearded Dragon House sauce, a spicy concoction that drew raves from customers. “We were getting people running up to us and saying, ‘what do you guys have here?’” he said. “We started getting great feedback, so we decided to form a company and start selling online.”
The red chili and garlic hot sauce is made with four types of peppers and is similar to a sriracha, Zambas said. It has a complex flavor but “just the right amount of heat,” he said, as well as a garlic kick.
“We pride ourselves in taking a long time to form these recipes using all-natural ingredients,” Zambas said.