NEW YORK (PIX11) — MLB Opening Day kicked off on Thursday at Yankee Stadium, and for those with a hankering for a delicious hot dog, there are plenty of New York City spots to grab one.
Whether it’s a loaded hot dog with relish, sauerkraut, mustard, and ketchup or a traditional hot dog, Yelp has the rundown on the top places to get a frank.
Crif Dogs, East Village
Crif Dogs is known for its deep-fried and bacon-covered hot dogs. Fan favorites are the Chihuahua, a bacon-wrapped dog covered with avocadoes and sour cream, and the Spicy Redneck, a house dog, bacon wrapped, with chili, cole slaw and jalapenos.
Dog Day Afternoon, Brooklyn
Dog Day Afternoon severs Chicago-style hotdogs, and beef, along with vegan options. Fan favorites are the Chili Dog, the Vegan Dog, and the Chicago Snap Dog.
Gray’s Papaya, Manhattan
Declared the best hot dogs in New York City on their website, a highlight of the restaurant is its “Recession Special.” For almost $6, the “Recession Special” includes two hot dogs and one medium papaya drink.
Fulton Hot Dog King, Downtown Brooklyn
Fulton Hot Dog King has been a long-time cornerstone of Downtown Brooklyn and has been around since 1914. For a taste of a New York staple, try their Hot Sauage or the Chili Cheese Dog.
New York Hot Dog, Manhattan
Right in front of the Met Museum, New York Hot Dog is a go-to spot to try a traditional street cart hot dog.