The 6 Most Crazy-Delicious Hot Dogs In Westchester

From sushi to pasta to Nutella (yes!), when it comes to wacky weiners and fantastic franks, Westchester is top dog.




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'Tis the season of eating hot dogs. According to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, it's estimated Americans consume 20 billion hot dogs a year, which comes out to about 70 hot dogs per person.

That’s a lot of hot dogs, but when we think of hot dog toppings, our imagination is often limited to ketchup and mustard. It occasionally wanders to add sauerkraut or relish, though such a combination may not satisfy us enough. The truth is, we don’t know what makes a good hot dog until we dare to try the crazy creations of hot dog enthusiasts.

Crazy delicious, that is, and these dogs are all over Westchester.

Keep reading for a list of nine uniquely delicious hot dogs in Westchester today.

 

Walter's Signature Mustard Dog, Walter's Hot Dogs

Let's start off slow. This might not be the craziest hot dog in Westchester, but Westchester is crazy about it. Walter’s Hot Dogs has been the county’s must-stop hot dog shop since opening in 1919. Its split-down-the-middle hot dogs, grilled in a secret sauce and served on a toasted bun, are made of a signature blend of beef, pork, and veal. Served in single, double (two hot dogs, one bun) and “puppy dog” sizes, Walter's house-made mustard–a blend of choice mustard seeds, relish, and spices–is what makes this dog a must-eat.

And if you can’t get enough of the mustard, you can even buy a jar of your own to take home.

937 Palmer Ave.,
Mamaroneck
​(914) 500-5029


Coney Mega-Dog, Bowlmor Lanes

Bowlmor Lanes offers humungous dogs for the true dog-lover, each a whopping two feet long. The $17.99 Coney Mega Dog (above) is blanketed in mustard, Coney sauce, and diced onions.


47 Tarrytown Rd
.,
White Plains

(914) 948-2677


Sushi Dawg, Dobbs Dawg House

Japanese cuisine meets American in this Dobbs Dawg House creation. At $4, you can get a hot dog smeared in ginger soy mayo and wasabi cream covered in seaweed salad, pickled ginger, and sesame seeds. This isn’t the only crazy-delicious dog on the menu; keep reading for more madness from Dobbs Dawg House...

25 Cedar St.,
Dobbs Ferry
(914) 693-5555


S’more Dawg, Dobbs Dawg House​

This hot dog mimics a summer s’more in every way: simple and delicious, with each component served in perfect ratio. Covered in chocolate sauce, marshmallows, and graham cracker crumbles, this hot dog may even beat out the traditional s’more—there’s no work required on our part.

25 Cedar St.,
Dobbs Ferry
(914) 693-5555


IHOPP Dawg, Dobbs Dawg House

You don’t have to go to IHOP to experience it, and if you have a sweet tooth (or many sweet teeth) this one’s for you: a hot dog smothered in Nutella and maple syrup, sprinkled with bacon, powdered sugar, and cinnamon sugar. The cherry on top is, well, bananas—slice after slice of them.

Unlike those IHOP deals, this one at only $4.75 doesn’t expire.

25 Cedar St.,
Dobbs Ferry
(914) 693-5555


Mac Attack, Dobbs Dawg House

The marriage between pasta and cheese is an old but strong and steady one. Undeniably, we’ve all become mac n’ cheese lovers because of it, and since 2012, Dobbs Dawg House has produced a fan-favorite: a hot dog covered in mac n’ cheese and bacon bits.

They say perfection can’t be achieved, but, at least when it comes to hot dogs, are they wrong.

25 Cedar St.,
Dobbs Ferry
(914) 693-5555


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