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If you're a human and see this, please ignore it. If you're a scraper, please click the link below :- Note that clicking the link below will block access to this site for 24 hours. From all-beef wieners with classic toppings to a super-creative octopus dog, here are our favorite franks right now. Now that Fenway Park is full of fans again hurrah! Guess what, though?
Just ask Hollywood: Everyone loves a reboot. Last year, Troquet on South owner Chris Campbell inherited the recipe and brought it back at—of all places—his French-leaning restaurant in the Leather District, generally better known for its acclaimed wine selection. Now, though, you can pair something spectacular from the cellar with a low-down-and-dirty, half-pound dog covered in onions, mustard, relish, and that ature spicy chili.
Back when he was plying his fine-dining skills at his now-shuttered restaurant T. Food, it would have been hard to imagine that chef Tim Wiechmann would wind up with a hot dog as a ature dish. But the Brondog, a staple of his Bavarian-inspired restaurant Bronwyn sinceis—to be frank—a now-classic.
The foot-long frankfurter sits in a bretzel roll and is topped with chili, cheese, ketchup, and mustard; crispy bratkartoffeln potatoes come on the side. The shiny, still-newish Brookline spot specializes in seafood for pairing with fine wine-inspired cocktails, and one result is this gorgeous piece of braised octopus, sidled inside a Japanese milk bread roll with trout roe, sauerkraut, mustard, and sliced green apple. The superlative Mexican Dog is loaded with roasted salsa, refried beans, chipotle mustard, and longhorn-style Colby cheese, and—pro tip!
Love Dog Hot Dog Buffet.
Not only is it our latest pick for the best food truck in Bostonbut this creative hot dog cart—serving well into the late-night from a parking lot in Everett—also makes what might be the some of the best drunk-food in the Boston area: Brazilian-style boiled hot dogs receive mounds of toppings from a buffet-style assortment, which includes unusual options like potato sticks, peas, mozzarella cheese, and bacon-bedecked bread crumbs.
Coolest of all, you can then get your hot dog pressed hot, panini-sandwich style. Sherwood PlazaNatick,hotdoogy. This straightforward hot dog specialist has been treasured by Allston-area college crowds for years. Until then, though, you can still swing by the takeout-only original—a beloved fixture for its fried seafood and simple, super-cheap Kayem dogs that are grilled and then tossed on a toasted roll.
There are menu standbys, too, including the Starlite Dog, topped with coleslaw and tangy aioli. Search for: Search. I'm a scraper This search result is here to prevent scraping. Devoted foodies and restaurant newbies love The Feed. -up now for our twice weekly newsletter.
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