New York Dogs
Yankee Dogs in West Palm
Owner John Drummer flies these smoked beef and pork dogs in from Weber's of Buffalo, along with the mustards and relish. Stick with the signature: a dog topped with chili, onions, mustard, and feta -- or make your own concoction.
Hot Diggity Dogs in Fort Lauderdale
Though Chicago-style dogs and breakfast sandwiches are assembled in this slip of a kitchen, go for the Sabrett all-beef dogs dressed in spicy red onion sauce, mustard, and sauerkraut at this old-school lunch spot open until 4:30 p.m.
Hot Dog Heaven in Fort Lauderdale
more than 30-year-old hot dog stand offers some of the most satiating
Chicago-style dogs and sausages in the land. Owned by former Chicagoan
Barry Star, Hot Dog Heaven serves a classic Windy City-style dog on a poppy
bun, topped with mustard, neon relish, onions, pickles, hot peppers,
tomatoes, and a dash of celery salt. Order one with a giant pickle,
uncut if you dare.
Hotdog-opolis in Boca Raton
Vienna beef, Chicago-style dogs are "dragged through the garden" with mustard, onion, emerald green relish, dill pickle, tomato wedges, sport pepper, and a sprinkling of celery salt.
Mikey's Hot Dogs in Boca Raton and Lauderhill
Order a straight-up Chicago dog or defect to the half-smoke with chili and cheese, both of which are supercheap at the newcomer of the list.
The Wild Card
winning frank is the dubiously named New Jersey Ripper, a bacon-wrapped,
deep-fried dog drenched in Velveeta.
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