Most Craveable Hot Dogs in America



At Truist Park, Atlanta Braves fans prefer their dogs with coleslaw. This hot dog is common in the South.


Iconic Chicago dog. Yellow mustard, green relish, raw onions, tomatoes, sport peppers, a pickle spear, and celery salt cover a poppy seed bun.


Cleveland's Polish Boy is a kielbasa sausage or hot dog with French fries, BBQ sauce or spicy sauce, and coleslaw. Stadium Mustard is served on Indians hot dogs.


Dallas claims it originated the corn dog. In the late 1930s, Carl and Neil Fletcher debuted the first bunless dog at the Texas State Fair. Dallas has great corn dogs regardless of the narrative.


In Detroit, request the Coney Dog with chili, Cheddar cheese, and raw onions. Chili dog!

Kansas City

Sauerkraut country! Kansas City residents love hot dogs with sauerkraut and Swiss cheese on sesame seed buns.

Los Angeles

LA is creative. Hot dogs with bacon, onions, and peppers are typical in LA. Jalapeños are available for spicy eaters. Dodger Dogs are 10-inch pork wieners in steamed buns.


Wisconsin bratwursts replace hot dogs. Order one in Milwaukee for hot mustard, sweet pickles, and sauerkraut.


more stories