The 9 Best Hot Dogs In Every State

Alaska: Chinook Hotdogs, Fairbanks:  Chinook Hotdogs, situated in a renovated school bus in Fairbanks, offers unique creations like the 'Merican with bacon and cheese, or the Pedro with pinto beans and sriracha mayo.

Arizona: BK Carne Asada and Hot Dogs, Tucson: BK Carne Asada and Hot Dogs in Tucson serves up a Sonoran-style hot dog with pinto beans, tomato, onions, jalapeno sauce, and grilled peppers a delightful twist at a Mexican joint.

Arkansas: Bark Bar, Little Rock: Bark Bar in Little Rock is not just a bar but also a dog park, offering tasty hot dogs like The Schnauzer, topped with sauerkraut and spicy mustard, while your furry friend plays.

California: Cupid's Hot Dogs, Canoga Park: Established in 1946, Cupid's Hot Dogs in Canoga Park still serves up delicious hot dogs with a simple yet beloved menu.

Colorado: Biker Jim's Gourmet Dogs, Denver: Biker Jim's in Denver offers an array of sausages, including exotic ones like ostrich, wild boar, and rattlesnake-rabbit, along with classic toppings and creative combinations.

Connecticut: Carol's Lunchbox, Farmington: Carol's Lunchbox in Farmington offers steamed franks with chili, melted cheddar, and homemade hot pepper relish, all accompanied by the owner's lively singing.

Delaware: Deerhead Hot Dogs, Newark: Deerhead Hot Dogs in Newark has been serving its secret sauce since 1935, making it a local favorite with a rich history.

Florida: VooDoo Dog, Tallahassee:  VooDoo Dog in Tallahassee offers unique creations like the Atomic Veggie or the Wake-N-Bake, along with an eclectic '80s and '90s-themed ambiance.

Georgia: The Original Hot Dog Factory, Atlanta: The Original Hot Dog Factory in Atlanta serves up specialty dogs like the BLT a bacon-wrapped beef dog with all the fixings and homemade corndogs for a delightful treat.