By adding booze, the coolest hot dog stand in Illinois just got better.

Illinois Is Known For Good Food

I think sometimes the residents of Illinois take it for granted. There is really tasty food served by incredible restaurants, especially in Chicago. It hits you after taking a trip to somewhere with average or bad eating options. You have to understand it is hard to live up to our expectations.


Famous Food From Illinois

There are many different types of foods and meals that Illinois and the Windy City are famous for. Right at the top of the list is the Chicago Style Hot Dog. If you are not familiar with it, check out.

According to,

"A Chicago Style Hot Dog is a steamed all-beef Hot Dog topped with yellow mustard, bright green relish, onions, tomato wedges, pickle spear or slice, sport peppers and a dash of celery salt served in the all-important steamed poppy seed bun."


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Top Place To Get A Chicago Style Hot Dog

The one thing I love about hot dogs in Illinois, there is little "mom and pop" stands all over the place with the majority being delicious. Of course, like anything else, there are the top ones in the state. One of them leading the charge is The Wieners Circle at 2622 Clark Street in Chicago. They definitely have their own style.

According to,

"High-quality street food with a side of insults."

It is hard to describe the atmosphere at The Wieners Circle with words, so it is just best to watch this video to get a little taste of what it is all about.

Chicago's Coolest Hot Dog Stand Just Got Better

The Wieners Circle is in a league of their own. It is considered to be the coolest hot dog stand in Chicago. So, how can you top perfection?

According to,

"The most exciting news by far is that Wieners Circle has turned its parking lot into an 800-square-foot patio and added a bar serving alcohol."

5 'Must-Have' Chicago Hot Dog Experiences That Will Change Your Life

One look at these five Chicago hot dog spots and you will start to feel something move inside you. That's your hunger. Come eat and your life will never be the same.

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