Have you heard about Chicago’s famous hot dogs? Are they a myth? Where can you get these legendary dogs? As you’re traveling around the Windy City, there are many places that serve hot dogs and whether you like a plain dog or a gourmet dog, there’s a place to find that perfect dog.
They can be a quick meal or a snack to go along with your favorite brew when you’re out with friends and family. Keep reading to find out about these famous Chicago restaurants to grab your hot dogs.
Superdawg (6363 N Milwaukee Ave)
Is a drive-in where carhops will deliver the food right to your car. They have Chicago-style hot dogs, french fries, and milkshakes. The drive-in is circa-1948. If you have never eaten at a drive-in, then this is your time! What more could you want from a drive-in than amazing hot dogs, fries, and a milkshake. Go back in time to eating in the comfort of your car before today’s drive through windows.
Chicago’s Dog House (816 W Fullerton Ave)
Is a casual place that has all sorts of hot dogs. They have Chicago style dogs, specialty dogs, gourmet sausages, and more! If you don’t feel like eating there you can always get your food to go. They use fresh ingredients when making their food.
Wolfy’s (2734 W Peterson Ave)
Is a well-known hot dog joint. It first started in 1967 and has a retro vibe to it. It has hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches, shakes, and more. If you are looking for a place to go sit down and eat with a few friends, this is a great place.
Jimmy’s Red Hots (4000 W Grand Ave)
Is a counter-serve stand. They have been in business for over 55 years and have hot dogs, polish sausages, fries, and tamales. When going to Jimmy’s, it is important to remember that it is cash only. There is a ATM right inside.
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