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.