A hot dog is a perfect summertime meal made of franks and burns. To make this fast food even more enticing, people often add toppings like mac and cheese. It’s easy to disregard a hot dog in this modern world of fast-food cuisine that includes pizza, hamburger, and fried chicken until you encounter the mouthwatering hot dogs prepared in the East Valley. That’s why the next time you are in this neighborhood you should visit one of this top five hot dog eateries.
In this restaurant, the chefs utilize a special way of making hotdog thus attracting customers from far and beyond. The frank is always comprised of beef, and the bun is made from a poppy seed. To complement the amazing taste of this meal, it’s subsequently topped with yellow mustard, green pickle relish, onions, sports pepper, tomato slices, pickle spear, and celery salt. With these delicious hot dogs, it’s not a wonder that this eatery is sports fans favorite stop.
Detroit Coney Grill
Just like Chicagoland, Detroit Coney Grill also uses a specific technique of making hot dogs, namely the conventional Michigan style. In fact, it’s one of the few restaurants in which you will find a traditionally made hotdog. The natural beef hot dog is topped with beanless chili, sliced onions and then placed on a steamed bun.
Higley Hot Dog Hut
At this eatery, you will find indoor dining areas coupled with additional space in the yard equipped with umbrella-shaded tables. When it comes to the menu, Vienna Beef hot dogs top the list, but there are fire dogs, chili dogs, as well as corn dogs that you can also try. You will, however, want to carry cash as there are no other means of payment accepted.
3160 E Queen Creek Rd #101, Gilbert, AZ 85297
Phone: 480 -719 -6088
For those who enjoy trying out different varieties of hot dogs, this is the perfect eatery for you. Its menu is comprised of a dozen differently prepared hot dogs from which you can choose. Apart from the most popular one namely Sonoran dog, there is also BBQ pork dog, cheese dog, and macaroni to name a few.
1755 E. Broadway Tempe, AZ 85282
This is a family restaurant that has over the past maintained secrecy regarding its family recipe for making hot dogs. The rich and attractive eatery dates back to 1927 when Ted, an immigrant from Greek, used to sell hot dogs from a horse cart. Today there are nine eateries from this establishment operating around Buffalo.
The next time you crave for a scrumptious hotdog, visit one of these eateries in East Valley, and you’re bound to encounter a unique taste that you are not likely to forget. The prices are also pocket-friendly, and the staff is even friendlier. After visiting one of this big five eateries, you will agree with me that they’ve taken hot-dogging to a higher new level.