Let's face it: hot dogs have passed their heyday. Nowadays, Americans love fast-food hamburgers and cheeseburgers, as well as chicken sandwiches.
Few fast-food businesses provide hot dogs nowadays, and even fewer serve good ones. Yet, there are a few few c hains that still offer a delicious.
Five Guys' hand-cut, large fries and burgers have been popular since 1986. Five Guys also makes good hot dogs.
Nathan's history is centred on the hot dog. Nathan's Famous's specialty is hot dogs.
Portillo's provides three hot dog varieties at its 70 Midwest locations (though half of those are in Chicago.) Chicago-style hot dogs with mustard.
Since 1961, this West Coast chain has served great hot dogs. Hot dogs with a wide variety of toppings are available at Wieners C Hnitzel, along with rare breeds.
Hot dog lovers should visit the establishment famed for roller skate-wearing waiters, crazy cocktail mashups, and weird menu items (typically pickle-related).
Dairy Queen is famous for its Blizzards, but it also offers hot cuisine, like c luding delicious hot dogs.
Shake Shack started as a hot dog cart. If you've never tried a Shake Shack flat-top dog, a hot dog grilled on the chain's flat-top griddles, you should.