Where to Eat in New York City This National Hot Dog Day

National Hot Dog Day is here! And what better place to celebrate than NYC?

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The #graffiti on this garage door on Milwaukee Avenue in Wicker Park has been sporting our favorite #ChicagoHotDog for a long time...do you know what other classic Chicago food it's sporting now?
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Crif Dogs is a hot dog spot with creative toppings like pineapple and fried eggs. The spot is open late, perfect for a stop post bar crawl. Crif Dogs is located in East Village.
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This Brooklyn spot serves up black Angus hot dogs that you can top with pulled pork that’s been smoked for 12 hours.
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West Village’s Ditch Plains is from chef Marc Murphy. Featured on the menu is a uniquely delicious mac and cheese topped hot dog.
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Brooklyn diner has a 15 inch hot dog that you can pile high with homemade slaw. Despite its name, you can find Brooklyn Diner locations in Manhattan.
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Gray's Papaya is open 24 hours a day and has locations all over the city. Stop in for a cheap hot dog and a tropical juice for a midnight snack.
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PDT is an extension of Crif Dogs but with their own unique “haute dogs” on the menu. One to try is the Chang Dog, a deep fried, bacon-wrapped hot dog topped with kimchi.
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If you don't have time to stand in line at Katz's Deli, you can step right up to the hot dog counter for an all beef hot dog.
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