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.
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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