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Where to Find the Best Hot Dogs in Las Vegas

Where to satisfy a craving for this childhood favorite dish in Las Vegas

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Hot dogs are one of the simple pleasures in life. Keep them simple with ketchup for the kids or go over-the-top fancy for the food snob. Las Vegas has its fair share of hot dogs from Chicago, Detroit and even Los Angeles. Dog Haus from Los Angeles, and American Coney Island from Detroit and Windy City Beef N Dogs make the list, along with local favorites The Steamie Weenie in Henderson, and gourmet versions at Haute Doggery at The Linq.

Here, a look at 11 of the most famous hot dogs in Las Vegas, all suitable for a casual bite of a childhood favorite.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Great Links Brewhouse & Grill

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This family-owned business in the Northwest has served up hot dogs since 2007. Try the Philly Griller with grilled onions and peppers.

Great Links Brewhouse & Grill
Great Links Brewhouse & Grill
Great Links Brewhouse & Grill

Windy City Beefs N Dogs

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Dine on Chicago street style hot dogs at Windy City, which uses a Vienna Beef hot dog and serves it on a steamed poppyseed bun. Requisite toppings include yellow mustard, relish, chopped onions, tomatoes wedges, peppers, a pickle, and a dash of celery salt for that salad on top experience. Find a second location at 9711 S. Eastern Ave.

American Coney Island

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The 24-hour American Coney Island brings a taste of Detroit to the D Las Vegas. The restaurant, an icon in Detroit for nearly a century, brings seasoned, natural-casing Dearborn sausage brand hot dog topped with the Keros family secret recipe Coney Island chili sauce, mustard, and sweet chopped onions, all served in a warm steamed bun.

American Coney Island
American Coney Island
American Coney Island

Davy’s, adjacent to ReBar in the Las Vegas Arts District, serves six hot dog options, all nestled inside a soft seeded bun. The elote dog is topped with corn, cotija cheese, pepper jack cheese, and spicy mayo.

Davy’s Locker
Davy’s Locker

Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs

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Buldogis is a combination of the Korean ”bul” for fire or grilled and “dogis” for hot dogs. Hot dogs here have an Asian influence. Try the Gang Nam style with roasted pork belly, cucumber, nori, sesame seeds, and chili sauce.

Buldogis
Buldogis
Buldogis

CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

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Hot dogs at CrunCheese are encased in a dairy-free batter and fried until crispy. The original hot dog is just $1.99 but for $3.99 try the squid ink hot dog.

A row of eight Korean hot dogs
CrunCheese
CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

Haute Doggery

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Haute Doggery at The Linq Promenade serves what it calls retro dogs. Try the Gold Standard featuring smoked bacon, aged goat cheddar cheese, tomato confit, baby arugula and garlic-chive aioli or the Billionaire Dog complete with a Kobe beef frank, foie gras torchon, port onion marmalade, and truffle mayo.

Haute Doggery
Haute Doggery
Haute Doggery

Shake Shack

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Shake Shack got its start as a hot dog cart and now serves 100 percent all-natural Vienna beef with no hormones and no antibiotics and served on a non-GMO Martin’s potato roll. The Shack-cago Dog features relish, onion, cucumber, pickle, tomato, sport pepper, celery salt, and mustard.

Shake Shack hot dog Bill Milne

Dirt Dog

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Established in 2013, Dirt Dog brings Los Angles street food to the Las Vegas food scene. Each hot dog is a 100 percent premium all beef hot dog, wrapped in bacon and topped with grilled onions and red and green bell peppers. Customers should order the green dog, a hot dog piled with slices of onions and bell peppers cooked in homemade chimichurri sauce, a layer of guacamole spread with cilantro, lime slice, and bacon pieces as final toppings. Also at the Grand Bazaar Shops.

Dirt Dog
Dirt Dog
Dirt Dog

The Steamie Weenie

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Look for the BLT bacon-wrapped dog with fresh sliced tomato, lettuce and mayo; the More Cowbell with pinto beans, pulled pork, watermelon rind barbecue sauce, and fried onions; or the 9th Island with Spam, grilled pineapple relish, and scallions at this gem in Henderson.

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Great Links Brewhouse & Grill

Great Links Brewhouse & Grill
Great Links Brewhouse & Grill
Great Links Brewhouse & Grill

This family-owned business in the Northwest has served up hot dogs since 2007. Try the Philly Griller with grilled onions and peppers.

Great Links Brewhouse & Grill
Great Links Brewhouse & Grill
Great Links Brewhouse & Grill

Windy City Beefs N Dogs

Dine on Chicago street style hot dogs at Windy City, which uses a Vienna Beef hot dog and serves it on a steamed poppyseed bun. Requisite toppings include yellow mustard, relish, chopped onions, tomatoes wedges, peppers, a pickle, and a dash of celery salt for that salad on top experience. Find a second location at 9711 S. Eastern Ave.

American Coney Island

American Coney Island
American Coney Island
American Coney Island

The 24-hour American Coney Island brings a taste of Detroit to the D Las Vegas. The restaurant, an icon in Detroit for nearly a century, brings seasoned, natural-casing Dearborn sausage brand hot dog topped with the Keros family secret recipe Coney Island chili sauce, mustard, and sweet chopped onions, all served in a warm steamed bun.

American Coney Island
American Coney Island
American Coney Island

Davy's

Davy’s Locker
Davy’s Locker

Davy’s, adjacent to ReBar in the Las Vegas Arts District, serves six hot dog options, all nestled inside a soft seeded bun. The elote dog is topped with corn, cotija cheese, pepper jack cheese, and spicy mayo.

Davy’s Locker
Davy’s Locker

Buldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs

Buldogis
Buldogis
Buldogis

Buldogis is a combination of the Korean ”bul” for fire or grilled and “dogis” for hot dogs. Hot dogs here have an Asian influence. Try the Gang Nam style with roasted pork belly, cucumber, nori, sesame seeds, and chili sauce.

Buldogis
Buldogis
Buldogis

CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

A row of eight Korean hot dogs
CrunCheese
CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

Hot dogs at CrunCheese are encased in a dairy-free batter and fried until crispy. The original hot dog is just $1.99 but for $3.99 try the squid ink hot dog.

A row of eight Korean hot dogs
CrunCheese
CrunCheese Korean Hot Dog

Haute Doggery

Haute Doggery
Haute Doggery
Haute Doggery

Haute Doggery at The Linq Promenade serves what it calls retro dogs. Try the Gold Standard featuring smoked bacon, aged goat cheddar cheese, tomato confit, baby arugula and garlic-chive aioli or the Billionaire Dog complete with a Kobe beef frank, foie gras torchon, port onion marmalade, and truffle mayo.

Haute Doggery
Haute Doggery
Haute Doggery

Shake Shack

Shake Shack hot dog Bill Milne

Shake Shack got its start as a hot dog cart and now serves 100 percent all-natural Vienna beef with no hormones and no antibiotics and served on a non-GMO Martin’s potato roll. The Shack-cago Dog features relish, onion, cucumber, pickle, tomato, sport pepper, celery salt, and mustard.

Shake Shack hot dog Bill Milne

Dirt Dog

Dirt Dog
Dirt Dog
Dirt Dog

Established in 2013, Dirt Dog brings Los Angles street food to the Las Vegas food scene. Each hot dog is a 100 percent premium all beef hot dog, wrapped in bacon and topped with grilled onions and red and green bell peppers. Customers should order the green dog, a hot dog piled with slices of onions and bell peppers cooked in homemade chimichurri sauce, a layer of guacamole spread with cilantro, lime slice, and bacon pieces as final toppings. Also at the Grand Bazaar Shops.

Dirt Dog
Dirt Dog
Dirt Dog

The Steamie Weenie

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Look for the BLT bacon-wrapped dog with fresh sliced tomato, lettuce and mayo; the More Cowbell with pinto beans, pulled pork, watermelon rind barbecue sauce, and fried onions; or the 9th Island with Spam, grilled pineapple relish, and scallions at this gem in Henderson.

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