Food / Dining

I Tried the Best Hot Dogs in Las Vegas. Here’s Where I Went

Hot dogs are amazing, both as a snack or a complete meal. The best part is you can customize your pick with sauces and additions to get the flavor you desire. Here’s where I enjoyed the best hot dogs in Las Vegas:

Windy City Beefs and Dogs

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The restaurant offers tasty hot dogs, prepared Chicago street-style. The hotdogs are delicious, and there are two locations in Las Vegas catering to many hot dog lovers in the city. You can visit Windy City along Lake Mead Boulevard or their other outlet along South Eastern Avenue. The simple recipe uses a Vienna beef hot dog tucked away in a poppyseed bun. I enjoyed a hot dog with vegetable toppings including peppers, onions, tomatoes or pickles, and mustard sauce which brings all the flavors together. 

Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs

The hotdogs at Buldogis Gourmet in Summerlin are not your regular hotdogs as they have an Asian twist. They are delicious, and I found them relatively affordable, with most options going for less than ten dollars. Some gourmet choices include the Buldogis Chicago, which has relish, tomato, pickles, peppers, green onions, mustard, and celery salt. The Philly cheese steak has beef bulgogi, caramelized onions, roasted pepper, and a creamy cheese sauce. Whatever you choose, you can be sure you will enjoy a delicious hotdog meal like I did.

CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

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I had never imagined there could be a hotdog tastier than a simple American hotdog with ketchup. That was until I sampled CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog, an excellent place for hot dogs along Spring Mountain road. The hotdogs are as aesthetically pleasing as they are tasty. The best part is the option to customize your hotdog with a preferred choice of hotdog, cheese, seasoning, and condiments. An exciting menu item was the potato hotdog, which has a hotdog wrapped in potato cubes. For cheese lovers, I would recommend the mozzarella and sausage hot dog.

The Steamie Weenie

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The Steamie Weenie is a top choice in Henderson that serves amazing hotdogs. I like that the establishment is affordable and offers variety. For example, the Coney, a Detroit-style hotdog with chili, onions, and yellow mustard. The Pushcart is a New-York style hotdog, with onions, sauerkraut, and brown mustard for less than $6. If you like, you can also go for the Create-Your-Own option that allows you to choose a hotdog of choice.


one of the best hot dogs in Las Vegas

There are six types of hotdogs on the Davy’s menu, and I like that each choice brings something different to the table. The popeye dog, for example, features an all-beef hotdog with a spinach artichoke dip, diced tomatoes, and parmesan cheese.

Another great pick is the Elote dog made with a beef dog with street corn, Mexican crema, Cojita cheese, Cheddar jack, Tajin seasoning, and spicy mayo. It is a fantastic place for hotdogs in the Downtown Arts District.

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