Anchorage residents enjoy the International House of Hot Dogs for its customization and variety of dogs and toppings.
This Phoenix hot dog eatery serves gourmet dogs, craft beer, and homemade brioche pastries. All-beef, bratwurst, vegetarian, and spicy link hot dogs are served on naan bread with a variety of toppings
Wurstküche rules California. Its creative sausages, great craft beer, and eccentric atmosphere make it a LA favorite.
Denver's Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs has been featured on No Reservations, Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern, and The Greatest Thing I Ever Ate.
Sweet Dogs is famous in Miami for its great service and sports team-named dogs. Miami Heat with beef chili, Cheddar, tomato, guacamole, jalapeños, and corn chips is the most popular
You'll love this hot dog. Puka dogs are Hawaiian hot dogs named after their hole-filled buns. Choose your dog (Polish or veggie), garlic lemon sauce (mild, spicy, hot, or lava), and relish (the mango is a big hit).
Chicago's poppy seed-bunged all-beef hot dogs are famous. Portillo's sells them best. It would be impolite not to order the legendary Giant Hot Dog
Fort Wayne's Famous Coney Island Wiener Stand claims to be America's oldest coney stand. Customers love the coney dogs and its 100-year-old cuisine.
Red Top in Louisville serves wild boar, wagyu, and bison sausages with innovative toppings. Nirvana, with roasted garlic cream cheese, jalapeños, fried onions,etc.,
New Orleans' three Dat Dog outlets make it impossible to miss. The sausages and toppings on the 10 specialty dogs range from traditional to bizarre
Simones' Hot Dog Stand, a Maine institution, serves the world's best steaming hot dogs. The bright red sausages arrive in a split-top bun, lobster roll-style