This beloved Fort Lauderdale eatery has been serving up sausages the traditional way since the 1980s. Guests can enjoy a warm and friendly atmosphere in the pup-friendly courtyard, or take advantage of the self-service option. Everything is made to order, and the menu ranges from beef options and classic Chicago-style hot dogs to chili dogs and New York-style dogs with mustard, sauerkraut, and spicy cooked red onions. The Texas Tommy comes with bacon and American cheese, while the Jersey Dog is filled with roasted onions, sweet peppers, and potatoes and served on an Italian roll.
Five Guys has built its reputation on hamburgers, but its menu also features delicious hot dogs, including kosher-style beef tubes and classic dishes topped with bacon and cheese, or served as a cheese dog. The idea here is to break away from traditional hot dogs and celebrate Miami's sportsmanship with creative sausage creations. The menu is short but sweet, and the star of the show is the Cupid Dog hot dog made with beef or pork sausage topped with diced onions. Made with the restaurant's Champion dog and topped with mustard, pickles, tomato, white onion, sweet green pickle relish, sport peppers, and celery salt on a potato roll with poppy seeds, it can compete with any Chicago dog.
Boiled hot dog options range from simple ones with condiments and hot sauce to all-inclusive Zelda, a combination of three options: a whole-grain chili dog and a kraut with mustard. Golf cart equipped with hot dog cart system including freezers and supplies. The Vending Gold Cart features two 20-gallon ice extractors for meat plus a double sink with greywater storage. Their combination of textures and flavors is what makes sausages one of the most popular foods in America and one of the most popular barbecue items in the US.
The mobile company covers the Miami metropolitan area and serves communities from Haulover Park to Tropical Park. A must-try is the Monster hot dog which contains not only a quarter pound of beef but also crispy bacon, onions, mozzarella cheese, Monster sauces, and crushed potato chips. It's hard to go wrong with anything on the menu at Off Site, Little River's nano-brewery and restaurant, but their Chicago dog is definitely one of the standouts. While Pincho is best known for its over-the-top burgers, don't miss out on ordering one of their hot dogs.
This attractive restaurant on Biscayne Boulevard is a great spot to hang out with shady outdoor areas under tents so guests can enjoy a variety of state-themed dogs. The highlight of Sabrett's grilled hot dogs made exclusively from beef is the Mother Footlong which combines half a kilo of beef with ketchup, mustard, mayonnaise, various hot sauces. A long-time favorite part of El Mago de Las Fritas' no-frills dining experience is its Cuban-inspired hot dog list.