The hot dog is a staple of American cuisine, like apple pie, hamburgers, and deep-fried biscotti. For $4, today’s Groupon gets you $8 worth of juicy bites and drinks at Wayne’s Chicago Red Hots. Vienna Beef dogs and Cubs games on the tube have made these transported dogs more popular than local puppies.
Wayne’s Chicago Red Hots administers the matrimony between high-quality beef franks and bold fixings daily, offering a dog menu of signature bunned creations. The classic Chicago Red Hot comes with yellow mustard, relish, chopped onions, a crisp garlic dill pickle, spicy sport pepper, tomato slices, and a dash of celery salt within the arms of a poppyseed bun ($3.50), while the Pulaski Polish unites a beef sausage with a marinade of beer and onions below brown mustard, sauerkraut, and a dill spear ($6). Vegan options extend to the Tree Hugger, a classic red hot with a tofu dog ($4.50), and the Italian Tofu with wheat, tofu, basil, and spices ($6).
A dogged bun craves the company of South Side fries, fried with the skin on and a sprinkling of kosher salt ($4.25 for a large). Welcome in the baseball season with the joint’s season pass to the majority of the Cubs’ televised games, or instead choose to watch the Cubs as a way to inaugurate a brand-new hot-dog season.
Six Citysearchers and Yelpers both give Wayne’s Chicago Red Hots four stars: > * This is the only place serving Vienna Beef, Chicago’s signature dog. They do it right. – Redhot, Citysearch > * I’m so happy Wayne’s came into our neighborhood. It’s cheap, the owners are funny and very friendly and definitely have the imported Chicago accents going on. – alyss80, Citysearch > * I’m hooked on this place! I haven’t eaten a hot dog in 15 years, this place changed all that – KC J., Yelp
3901 NE Martin Luther King Blvd.
Portland, Oregon 97217Get Directions