People often customize their hot dog with toppings, whether it's mustard and relish or two additional hot dogs. The possibilities are endless with this Groupon.
$10 for $20 Worth of Hot Dogs and Burgers
The menu features more than a dozen kinds of hot dogs ($3.50–$4.75), including a deep-fried dog topped with bacon and cheese sauce—playfully named the Diet Starts Tomorrow. Diners can also opt for a classic chilidog and the Barnyard, piled with pulled pork, barbecue sauce, and creamy coleslaw. The kitchen additionally churns out three kinds of Angus burgers ($5.50-$6.50) and italian beef sandwiches ($5.50), sided by onion rings, fries, or homemade chips ($2.25).
The Dog of Nashville
When it comes to hot dogs in Chicago, ketchup is a four-letter word. And while Windy City native, Adam Deal, offers a real Chicago dog at his place, The Dog of Nashville, he’s not one to discriminate against the forbidden condiment—or any others, for that matter. Deal and his hand-picked team of cooks assemble more than a dozen varieties of franks piled with everything from the Chicago essentials—mustard, chopped onions, tomato, relish, sport peppers, celery salt, and a dill pickle spear inside a poppy-seed Bears helmet—to more unconventional varieties, such as bacon and a fried egg or pulled barbecue pork and coleslaw. Their creations have captured the media’s attention, including a number one spot on Nashville Scene’s “Best Hot Dog” list in 2011 and in 2012. Of course, every hot dog needs a side, so Deal offers seven of them, treating diners to fries and homemade chips as well as award-winning onion rings.
My top 3 dog faves are: The Fiery Redneck, The Rise and Shine and the Classic Chilli and believe it or not their Bayou Burger was amazing.Veronica D., Yelp, 9/22/12
The dogs are fantastic...when it comes to the sliders, these really are "as good as it gets." Both the turkey and brisket are stellar.Adam L., Yelp, 10/5/12
Hillsboro West End
2127 Belcourt Ave.
Nashville, Tennessee 37212Get Directions