There’s quite a few excellent restaurants to grab a great Chicago dog, but it is also very easy to make yourself. The ingredients are easy, and the assembly is a breeze…
1. The Poppy Seed Bun: There’s something about the subtle effect of the poppy seeds on a fresh hot dog bun.
Chicago has quite a few trademark foods. We are here to inform you of some delicious encased meats, try any of these outstanding options for hot dogs.
Chicago Dog House.
WHO LET THE DOGS…oh sorry, I will spare you the overused & outdated pop culture reference and instead inform you why you should eat hot dogs at Chicago Dog House. This place serves some of the best unique & traditional sausages around. Whether it’s the German Shepherd (sauerkraut & swiss) or a perfect Chicago Style (mustard, onion, sport peppers, relish, and a pickle) try this place. Also, it’s a 5 minute walk from the hostel’s front door on the way to the train station at 816 W Fullerton Ave. Try their excellent frips, a cross between a french fry & a potato chip.
Welcome to our neighborhood. It is one of the best neighborhoods to indulge in delicious Chicago cuisine. Here are a few of our personal recommendations….
This new place was recently discovered by our general manager, Mat. Now we all love Del Seoul’s Korean/Mexican flare, they offer mouth watering tacos and sandwiches, along with Korean staples like kimchi and miso soup. Modeled after a Korean Street BBQ, you can’t go wrong with their excellent menu options (located on Clark St. between Deming & Wrightwood).
Whether you’re in the market for a Chicago-style dog (pickles, sport peppers, mustard, onions, sweet relish & a dash of celery salt) or just a darn good hot dog, grab a bite at one or all these places:
Conveniently located near the Fullerton train station (a 5 minute walk from our hostel), this place knows how to prepare delicious hot dogs. The Chicago Doghouse has a vast & tasty specialty menu of encased meats. Also, we recommend their homemade chips known as “frips.”