by Erin Chambers - 9246 Reviews - 161 List
From the boiled ballpark dog to the trendy TJ-style ones wrapped in bacon, nothing embodies a guilty food pleasure quite like a good hot dog. Just don't ask us what's in them.
Updated: July 22, 2008
Take the extra time to walk around to the kosher dog stands over by the "park at the park." You'll be glad you did when you're biting into the juicy, flavorful Hebrew National dog rather than the bland, salty boiled one. If you're on a budget, hit up the "Littlest Fan" shack after the 7th inning, where they'll sell you a kids' dog for just $1.
For foodies and gourmands everywhere: We've found your go-to dog spot. North Park's slow food mecca The Linkery doesn't exactly make hot dogs in the traditional sense of the "mystery beef" slapped in a bun with mustard. But owner Jay does make some of the city's best sausages in-house, wrapped in everything from a multi-grain roll to a pita pocket.