Murphy’s Red Hots

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Jumbo grilled polish sausages and Vienna Beef hot dogs lead a very popular menu including a unique and colorful array of condiments to compliment every sandwich and salad creation. Murphy’s Red Hots is located just a few blocks from Wrigley Field; this northside hot dog emporium is a great place to carry out when going to the ball game.

Tsunami Dogs

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TSUNAMI DOGS food stand sits at the entrance to a parking lot in Berkeley, CA. The Asian-themed hot dog eatery features a very unique menu. On top of a beef, Polish, turkey, chicken apple, or vegetarian frank, lunch-goers can choose from a long list of toppings. Standard condiment options are included in the price of a hot dog, but for an extra charge, customers can add rainbow kale salad, roasted seaweed, Asian dried pork sung, cucumber kimchee, or one of their countless other add-ons. Gluten-free options are also available, along with tacos and quesadillas.

Zack’s Hot Dogs

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Zack’s Hot Dogs is a fast-casual restaurant featuring over 30 unique hot dogs from around the country as well as our own creations along with sandwiches, burgers, homemade sides and french fries served with our own Utah style dipping sauce. We use only the freshest, highest-quality ingredients, made from scratch every single day with no artificial flavoring or bases – just all natural real homemade food.

Atomic Dawg

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Ever since he was a kid, Joel Bacow, owner of Atomic Dawg Sausage Emporium in Berkley, MI loved hot dogs. Bacow was a successful record producer for close to 30 years, but always hoped to start a restaurant built around the ever-popular tube steak.

The theme for Bacow’s restaurant dates to 1982, when George Clinton’s Atomic Dog became one of Bacow’s favorite songs. His retro-inspired diner features gourmet hot dogs and sausages, sandwiches, burgers, veggie burgers, milkshakes and more.

Bacow’s emporium is fun inside. The dotted hanging lights, chrome stools and other items are originals from the 1940s and 50s. The scratched wooden floors and old brick walls show the house’s age, especially in the two colorful rooms upstairs seating 36. Fourteen diners can sit in the grill area downstairs.

Walter’s Hot Dog Stand

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Walter’s Hot Dogs, a Westchester institution and nationally registered historical landmark, has been serving their world-famous hot dog since 1919. An exclusive blend of beef, pork and veal, Walter’s hot dogs are split down the middle, grilled in a “secret sauce,” and served on a toasted bun with Walter’s signature mustard: a blend of choice mustard seeds, relish and spices. The building itself was established in 1928 on Palmer Avenue in Mamaroneck, New York and is a copper-roofed Chinese pagoda that has been drawing long lines and loyal patrons ever since. Voted No. 1 in the country by Gourmet magazine in 2001, the hot dog here has received praise from top outlets.

In 2004, The New York Times writer R.W. Apple Jr. highlighted Walter’s as “topping the whole list” of noteworthy dogs across the country; in 2014, Westchester magazine featured Walter’s on the cover of their “Westchester Bucket List” issue for the “iconic split and griddled treats” and “Chinese temple of a hot dog stand.” But the accolades that have meant the most to the fourth-generation family business have been from customers around the world. Loyal guests continue to send postcards to the 95 year old business from travels as far as Nepal, South Korea and Vietnam detailing their cravings for a Walter’s hot dog.