Since 1975, Wiener and Still Champion has served piping-hot Chicago-style hot dogs, fresh-ground burgers, and a variety of one-of-a-kind eats. Fast-food traditionalists can get their hot-dog-and-fries fix with the two hot dog combo, including fresh-cut Idaho-potato french fries and a regular drink ($7.75). The 1/3-pound cheeseburger satisfies individual stomachs with its sesame-seed hand-formed knot roll ($5.75). And the nine patties and 11 cheese slices on the three-pound triple undisputed can feed up to 12 “Macho Man” Randy Savage impersonators ($22.50). Scarf one of Wiener and Still Champion's signature dipping dogs, a hot dog that's hand-dipped in fresh cornmeal batter ($2.50). The bacon-obsessed will clamor for a soul-reaffirming bite of the shop's country-fried bacon, served with both hot sauce and Argentine garlic and herb sauce ($6). The joint prides itself on its array of tasty sauces, with a "sauce of the week" series that has featured piquant concoctions such as mojo mayo, Cajun ketchup, and Mediterranean honey balsamic.