The Best Hot Dog in Every State
Hot Diggity Dogs: A local favorite is the Winky Dink dog, with mustard, onions, and pimento cheese.
International House of Hot Dogs: This place has reindeer polish sausage and cilantro fries.
Wild Dogs: Definitely order some onion rings and pudding for dessert.
The Original ScoopDog: You won’t just find great hot dogs. According to reviewers, they have the best chocolate shakes around.
Happy Dog Hot Dogs: Top your dog with their homemade beer mustard for an extra gourmet meal.
Harley’s: A Hot Dog Revolution: Grab a Mile High Dog with roast beef, pickles, sport peppers and horseradish.
Riley’s Hot Dog & Burger Gourmet: Fans recommends trying the Salty Balls — brined baby potatoes served with sour cream and scallions.
Top Dog Grill: You can have your dog New York Style, Chicago Style, or any style. They even have fish tacos.
Sweet Dogs: This Miami establishment's menu is based off sports teams, so celebrate the Dolphins with their namesake dog, topped with ham, bacon, mozzarella cheese, pineapple and papitas.
Doggy Dogg: This Decatur restaurant also makes an excellent grilled veggie dog for vegetarians who miss that hot dog life.
Porky's Kauai: Pineapple pork sausage meets pineapple relish with a sweet chili barbeque sauce? Hawaiian dog heaven.
Franko's Dog House: Every dog on this menu is named after an actual dog breed, for all those canine lovers out there.
Firehouse Dogs: Get a classic Chicago style dog with their fresh cut fries that the locals love.
Bob's Drive-Inn: This place stuffs their own dogs for a perfectly natural and tasty bite.
Leeway Franks: Try the Everything Dog, topped with smoked trout schmear, pickled veggies, red onion and “everything” seasoning.
Lonnie's Best Taste of Chicago: Displaced Chicagoans actually love this place, with its fresh meats and perfectly crafted Chicago style dogs.
Dat Dog: This place has a long list of sausages and brats to choose from (even vegan options). Pair it with some fully loaded “white trash fries.”
Red’s Eats: Not only can you get a delicious hot dog here, you can also get a delicious lobster roll (which may have won it its place on this particular list).
Haute Dog Carte: They have a new “specialty” chef’s dogs that are updated every day, so you’ll always have something new to try.
Snappy Dogs: You can top your dog with their super unique and tasty-sounding Dr. Pepper barbeque sauce.
Nani's Cafe & Beach Shop: This place sells “upscale” dogs, served on a New England style roll instead of your traditional bun.
Kyatchi: Their special house dog comes with yuzu mayo and grilled shishito peppers. And you can grab some sushi while you’re at it.
Wiseguys Chicago Pizza: Get a classic dog and some chili cheese fries for a truly authentic Mississippi experience.
Dogs 'n Frys: Queso lovers must try the Cali Dog, smothered in queso cheese, turkey bacon and barbeque sauce.
Mr. Hot Dogs: The decor may be quaint, but the menu is an exciting list of special dogs that you’ll be dying to try.
Block 16: This gourmet spot has one of the most creative dogs on the list: a Crab Rangoon dog topped with cream cheese, crab rangoon, sweet chili sauce, sriracha and scallions, wrapped in a wonton.
Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs: These delicious dogs are inspired by Korean and Vietnamese dishes like bulgogi and bahn mi.
Gilley’s: This late night haunt doesn’t give you bells and whistles. Just delicious food made fast how you want it.
Destination Dogs: The fanciest of hot dog lovers should definitely try their foie gras hot dog and truffle fries.
JAM-ing Hot Dogs & More: Locals are in love with the Sonoran dog, topped with beans, spicy mayo and wrapped in bacon.
Holydog: Yes, you have to leave the city for the best hot dog. Head to Middletown, in the Hudson Valley area, and try the Chilean, with avocado, tomato and sweet chili cream sauce. They’re also right next to Equilibrium Brewery.
Chili Man: They literally have a chili dog called the Life Changer, a spicy concoction with jalapenos and onions that apparently lives up to its name.
DogMahal DogHaus: If you really have the munchies, try the Chester Fester, which is topped with crunchy Cheetos.
O'Betty's Red Hot: According to one diner, this place is the closest you can get to a Nathan’s hot dog outside of New York and the garlic fries are “to die for.”