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Hot Dogs Take Two

What could be more all-American to eat on the number one all-American holiday than the hot dog? July 4th brings out legions of hot dog fans—some of whom cook their own on an outdoor grill, while others seek out the best at local eateries. These places offer up their own iconic versions.

Oklahoma City, OK-based
Original Pretzel Dog: Premium beef hot dog nestled in a warm, soft pretzel bun; about $1.59

Haute Dogs and Fries
Alexandria, VA
The Bombshell: Natural all-beef frank served in grilled New England-style roll with sauteed onions, mango-pineapple relish and jalapenos; $4.95

Hot Doug's
Chicago, IL
Chicago-Style Dog on a poppy seed bun with all the trimmings (mustard, pickle relish, onion, tomato, dill pickle spear, sport peppers and dash of celery salt);  $2.00

New York City
Dogmatic Dog: Grass-fred beef dog served inside a hollowed-out baguette with choice of sauce (mint yogurt, horseradish mustard, truffle gruyere and more); $5.50

Gus's Hot Dogs
Birmingham, AL
Slaw Dog: Charred wiener topped with creamy Southern-style slaw, yellow mustard, onions and spicy-sweet-tangy "special sauce"; $1.90

Boston Super Dog
Roxbury, MA
Famous All Beef Half Pound Hot Dog with all our famous fresh-made toppings; $8.00

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