Gourmet Hot Dogs

hot dogIf you were lucky enough, then you had the privilege of visiting Hot Doug’s when its doors were still open. Sure, I had to wait three hours, but I would have done it time and time again. Hot Doug’s did not just serve your typical Polish; this place had exotic meats like duck, rattlesnake, elk, and pheasant. Unfortunately, Hot Doug’s has since closed its doors, but now has a tiny operation going on at Wrigley Field by the bleachers.

When searching Google for the best value food in Chicago, I came across Hot “G” Dogs as a recommendation. Let me first tell you that you will not find any bargains here (with sausage at the eight dollar mark) but you will walk into a restaurant that mimics the style of Hot Doug’s. The gourmet toppings for their specialty sausages are indescribable, but they surely compliment the sausage in an unimaginable way. The menu features some of the same items, even right down to the duck fat fries. I always ask people if they had the luxury of visiting Hot Doug’s in the past, but now I will have to ask if they will go to Hot “G” Dogs sometime soon.

 
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