What You'll Get
If you think dachshunds' cuteness mostly comes from their uncanny resemblance to hot dogs and their ability to wear children's clothing, today's deal will delight your discerning taste buds with a trip to taste America’s meat. Today's Groupon to America's Dog gets you two hot dogs for $2 (a $6.18 value). Your Groupon is good for regular city dogs (except the Milwaukee Dog and Maxwell St. Polish) at any of America's Dog's four convenient locations. You can get up to five Groupons (one per visit) to travel America with your wanderlusting warlock without taking time off from work. Stuff your hot-dog lover's stocking full of hot-dog Groupons, or go to America's Dog yourself and stuff the socks of your enemies with chili, kraut, relish, and day-old dogs.
If you're getting a little New York nostalgia, bury your face in a mountain of sauerkraut and brown mustard instead flying home to fight with your siblings. When Chicago's cool weather makes you want to head south for the winter, grab a Dallas Dog, topped with chili, onion, and shredded cheddar. Save on heating costs with the Santa Fe jalapeño dog, covered in green salsa and diced onion to keep your internal thermometer at a much higher level than the drawing of a thermometer representing how financially close you are to a trip to Astronaut Camp. Use this Groupon as an excuse to indulge in the golden goodness of a Baltimore Dog, with melted cheddar and grilled onions topping the deep-fried tube of wonder. Celebrate your inner trendy foodie with Westport's grilled dog, topped with mustard, relish, sauerkraut, and bacon.
Much like the oft-admired architecture of the city, the Chicago dog blends art deco onions, modern sport peppers, and classical tomato with a mustardy mortar fusing its pickle brick to the tender bun. Defend your city from the flavor occupation with a couple of Chicago-style dogs, and relish the dream of encased-meat perfection. Camp out by the door, squirting ketchup users with copious amounts of ketchup, if they love it so much.
- We were really surprised when we noticed over 20 different hotdogs to choose from. I, of course, had to try the chicago dog while my friends went for some burgers and wraps…I will def. be back to try some more dogs!!! – Greg, Metromix
- If you are looking for a great hot dog in chicago, go to america's dog. They are so good! I could eat like five of their hot dogs...The service was good and they were quick. – Cara S., Insider Pages
A Chicago Original
You don’t mess with a classic. Unlike other regional variations and the plainly ketchup’d frankfurters of your sad, childhood cafeteria, Chicago dogs are “dragged through the garden,” collecting a variety of vegetables and trimmings along the way. With some very minor variations, a Chicago-style hot dog is almost always comprised of:
- sweet, neon-green relish
- a darker, non-visible spectrum of “hidden” relish
- your roommate’s keys
- tomato-flavored Skittles
- fax toner
- champagne frozen into charming heart shapes
- celery pepper
- billiards chalk
- slip of paper featuring that day’s crime-stopping tip
- generous handful of cabbage
- functioning model-train set
- a steamed poppy-seed bunny
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About America's Dog & Grill
The country's signature sausages gather together at the quick-service frankfurter mecca, America's Dog, that has showcased by The Food Network's Unwrapped, Good Morning America, the Travel Channel, and more. Fresh ingredients pile up on all-natural Vienna Beef dogs from such cities as Santa Fe, New Orleans, and Baltimore and whisk diners away to various metropolises more easily than hard-to-find magic carpets. Along with wienerwursts, the menu also hosts the breaded trappings of juicy Black Angus burgers, fresh turkey burgers, five kinds of chicken sandwiches with low-cal options, and hearty spoonfuls of homemade soups.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 26, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person, 1 per visit. May purchase multiple as gifts. Valid for all City Dogs except "Milwaukee Dog" and "Maxwell St. Polish." Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.