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Must Try Hot Dogs On Memorial Day

Nathan's Famous (New York City, New York)

Coney Island's famous hot dog stand. Its July 4th hot dog eating contest and beef hot dogs have been served since 1916.

Pink's Hot Dogs (Los Angeles, California)

Hollywood's famous Pink's Hot Dogs. Since 1939, it has offered a variety of toppings and specialty hot dogs.

Hot Doug's (Chicago, Illinois)

This famous hot dog shop closed in 2014. However, its gourmet sausages and unusual toppings drew huge lineups.

Crif Dogs (East Village, New York)

This East Village hot dog stand is popular. They provide bacon-wrapped deep-fried hot dogs.

Superdawg Drive-In (Chicago, Illinois)

Since 1948, Chicago's Superdawg Drive-In has served hot dogs. Superdawg serves classic hot dogs and rooftop hot dog sculptures.


Portillo's (Chicago, Illinois)

Portillo's menu includes Chicago-style hot dogs. On poppy seed buns, these dogs have mustard, onions, relish, tomatoes, pickles, peppers, and celery salt.

Gray's Papaya (New York City, New York)

Since 1973, Gray's Papaya in New York City has served cheap, excellent hot dogs. Their "Recession Special" features two hot dogs and a drink for a low price.

Ben's Chili Bowl (Washington, D.C.)

Washington, D.C.'s Ben's Chili Bowl serves chili dogs. It's famous for its chili-topped hot dogs and was founded in 1958.

The Varsity (Atlanta, Georgia)

Atlanta's famed drive-in restaurant, The Varsity, opened in 1928. Hot dogs remain a customer favorite despite their chili dogs and burgers.

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