Classic Hot Dogs

The hot dog is a multiple-personality dish. Most cities and regions have their own unique way of cooking, dressing, and bunning one. The dog itself can be beef, pork, veal, chicken, or some combination of them. It can be boiled, griddle-cooked, charcoal-roasted, or deep fried.  While mustard is the most common condiment, possible complements include relish, pickles, onions (raw or grilled), cole slaw, chili, cheese, and — everywhere except Chicago — ketchup.

Restaurants With This Dish

Nick’s Original Coney Island Hotdogs | Historic Weenies

FALL RIVER, MA

O’Betty’s Red Hot Dogs and Sausages

ATHENS, OH

Pitty’s

TULARE, CA

The Butterhorn Bakery & Cafe

FRISCO, COLORADO

Frank ‘n Stein

STUART, FL

Bob’s Drive-Inn

LE MARS, IA

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