This isn’t your backyard barbecue dog. We’ve rounded up the country’s most iconic franks for a menu of hits that will knock your socks off. With everything from a sauerkraut New York dog and poppy-seed buns from Chicago to authentic Milwaukee bratwurst and a relish-covered Boston dog, we’ve got all the bases covered.
Developed by Steven Schussler, the creative force behind Rainforest Cafe and T-REX, Hot Dog Hall of Fame is a tribute to the iconic baseball-park food. Unfortunately, many of the unique touches—from the mustard bar curated by the National Mustard Museum in Wisconsin, to famous dogs from ballparks across the nation—fell by the wayside during the pandemic in favor of a simplified menu. The outdoor venue still features large-screen TVs and bleacher-type seating (from actual Major League Baseball parks) for those interested in catching a game. The sausages, buns, and toppings are all properly prepared, but the value will vary with the variety; a New York–style dog costs double what you’d pay in Times Square, while the Milwaukee bratwurst and grilled onions delivers a decent bang for the buck. Platters include potato chips for an extra $1. There’s also a 2-foot dog for just under twice the price, if you want to share.
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