Closely associated with baseball and the American culture, the hot dog increases in popularity during the summer months. In fact, Americans eat on average 60 hot dogs per year. This year National Hot Dog Day is Wednesday, July 18th, smack in the middle of summer. If you didn't get your fill of franks on the 4th of July here is a little list of where you can bite down on hot dogs in Daytona Beach.
Simply called the Dog Hut, the Ormond Beach eatery provides flavorful franks at great prices. The menu hosts a lengthy list of hot dogs (regular and footlong), burgers, and beer. Open daily from 11am-5pm the Dog Hut adjusts their hours in the winter months when beach visits are minimal.
Chill-E-Dogs serves up the whole shebang. Hot Dogs, Subs, Wings, Burgers and Ice Cream can be found on their menu. Based on the 115 five star reviews on their facebook page, this hot dog spot in Edgewater is a must when deciding where to dine on hot dogs.
Saltwater Croc's Grill is a place to enjoy great specialty hot dogs in Flagler Beach. They have daily specials on beer or wine and the best seat in Flagler Beach overlooking the beach and pier.
In the mood for some yummy hot dogs in Orange City? If a restaurants name says anything about their food then Yummy Dogs is your best bet for a delicious frank. The hot dog-focused venue serves over 40 different gourmets all beef hot dogs. Each one packed with flavor.
Bunnell Hot Diggity Dog has a menu full of specialty hot dogs including regional favorites such as the Newyorker hot dog and the Philly Cheese dog. The hotdog stand carries burgers, bbq, sandwiches, and sides as well. The popular hot dog stand offers outdoor seating only.
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