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· Reviewed September 13, 2016
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What You'll Get
- $20 worth of Chicago-style dogs, burgers, beer, and more at The Dog of Nashville
- View menu
- Eclectic signature creations
- Wide array of toppings
- Steamed, char-grilled, or deep fried
- Vegetarian options available
- Laid-back atmosphere
- Outdoor patio
Nashville Scene awarded The Dog of Nashville Best Onion Rings 2008, saying: > * Perfectly balanced between lightly fried breading and thick, substantial onion slices, served with their horseradish mustard house sauce, this is what true onion ring fans have been waiting for. – Jason Shawhan
Citysearchers give The Dog of Nashville 4.5 stars, Yelpers give four, and 84% of over 100 Urbanspooners like it: > * Amazing! This place is a gem…Serving up massive 1/4 pounder hot dogs on your choice of 5 rolls with literally over 30 different menu options to choose from, or of course you can always create your own. – Caleb P., Yelp > * The ingredients are fresh. The service is quick. The staff is friendly. And the Chihuahua dog rocks my world!! You’ll need to wash it down with a cold beer though (yep, they serve it)…The Dog is a fantastic place to hang with friends on the weekend or stop by for lunch during the week! – madhatter1181, Citysearch > * They offer bacon wrapped deep fried hotdogs covered in cheese…what more can I say?! – annie, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
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About 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.