Dig into this super-sized serving of the country's hottest dogs, including a chili-dog feud in Detroit, the deep-fried “Home Wrecker” in West Virginia and a red-hot Miami dog covered in whipped cream.Go to Episode
Downtown Detroit is the stage for one of the oldest and most unique family feuds, where cousins have been going head-to-head in rival restaurants for over a century.
115 Michigan Ave
Detroit, MI 48226
Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, the menu is chockfull of interesting choices, influenced by traditional Vietnamese, Korean and Japanese recipes.
1234 Park St
Alameda, CA 94501
While New York may be the birthplace of the hot dog, Chicagoans also love this tube-shaped treat, and some swear that the Windy City is the home of the original “Depression Dog,” which gets its name form its popularity during the 1930s.
2720 River Rd
River Grove, IL 60171
Housed in a couple of old school buses converted into a diner, Hillbilly Hot Dogs serves up a huge variety of dogs.
6951 Ohio River Rd
Hot Diggity claims to be the first gourmet hot dog stand in Philadelphia. Dreamed up by 4 high school buddies, the Hot DIggity mission is to serve the most unique and inventive hot dog combinations in the country, all under one roof.
630 South St
Philadelphia, PA 19147
If you’re craving a true adventure for your taste buds, swing by La Perrada de Edgar, a hot dog stand in Miami Beach that serves up wieners with weird and wonderful toppings, inspired by various South American countries.
6976 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33141
Lafayette Coney Island
The competition between American Coney Island and Lafayette Coney Island restaurants is so fierce that there isn’t a Detroiter who hasn’t pledged allegiance to one shop or the other.
118 West Lafayette Blvd
Detroit, MI 48226
Family owned and operated since 1921, Newest Lunch has a long-standing tradition of blending quick service with quality food at reasonable prices. This humble hot dog diner has kept its old school décor and attracts all types of customers.
715 Albany St
Schenectady, NY 12307
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