Traveling to Las Vegas is certainly one of the most exciting experiences. Travelers love to revisit Las Vegas time and time again. If one is deciding what he or she can eat when they arrive in Vegas, it is simple. Las Vegas has tons of restaurants which serve different types of cuisines. There are a few great places for people who love hot dogs to eat. There are five top Las Vegas hot dog spots.
Brew House Great Links Grill
The Brew House Great Links Grill was established in 2007. This Las Vegas eatery specializes in making all sorts of delicious hot dogs. The Brew House serves over 152 hot dog combinations. All hot dogs are one hundred percent beef. Customers can custom make their hot dogs anyway they like. This Las Vegas hot dog spot serves seven and a half inch hot dogs on a seven inch bun.
Some of their menu options include the following: Classic Dog, Slaw Dog, Cheese Dog, Streets of New York Dogs, Philly Grillers Dog, Mob Boss Dog, and the Las Vegas Chili Dog, to name a few.
Customers can try the Mob Boss Dog is prepared with grilled onions, peppers, mushrooms, two cheeses, marinara sauce, and Parmesan cheese. The Southern Griller Dog is prepared with grilled peppers, red onion sauce, barbecue sauce, and coleslaw. All hot hogs at this hot dog shop cost about $3.29 and $5.49. Their hours of operation are between 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
Chicago Dogs is located in North West Las Vegas. This hot dog spot has three main hot dogs that it serves to its customers. Those three hot dogs are the Chicago Dog, Coney Dog, and the Krout Dog.
Pink’s Hot Dogs
The Pink’s Hot Dogs is a very popular hot dog spot. Pink’s Hot Dogs is located inside of the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Hotel. Pink’s is decorated in hues of pink and purple. This well lit hot dog restaurant is the place to be. Pink’s has a large and diverse hot dog menu.
There are two categories of hot dogs; there are the classic dogs and the special. Their menu selections consist of the following items: Chili Cheese Dog, Nacho Cheese Dog, Plain Veggie Dog, Guadalajara Dog, Mini Corn Dog, and Spicy Mohave Dog.
The Bacon Burrito Dog is served inside of a flour tortilla, two slices of cheese, chili, onions, and three strips of bacon. This dog costs $7.99. This Las Vegas hot dog shop also and serves the Pastrami Reuben Dog. This specialty dogs is served with pastrami, mustard, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut for $8.49.
Hot Dog on a Stick
Hot Dogs on a Stick restaurant is located on level three at the Fashion Show Mall. This Las Vegas restaurant is known for their Turkey Hot Dogs on a Stick. Each hot dog is just 240 calories.
Coney Island Gourmet Hot Dogs
This Las Vegas hot dog spot resembles the old feel of the hot dog shop at Coney Island in New York. Customers can order the following hot dogs: The Cyclone, The Goodfella, The Hitman, The Baby Face, and The Dillinger, to name a few.
The Lucky Luciano dog is prepared with homemade marinara and melted cheese for $1.99. The Baby Face Hot Dog is an all beef hot dog which is prepared anyway one likes for $3.99. If ever in Vegas one must visit this throw back hot dog shop.
Las Vegas has all sorts of delicious foods to eat. But for those who just enjoy the flavors of a hot dog, these hot dog shops are a great place to eat. Each one of these Vegas hot dog shops has something good and unique to offer customers.