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A Guide to the 9 Best Hot Dogs in Seattle

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America's love for the venerable tube steak is well publicized. Many of us remember the old commercial with the jingle "Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie, and Chevrolet" from the 70s... but we're dating ourselves. And while no one really wants to know how hot dogs are made, we can't deny their vast appeal.

Eater had a look around our fair city to find the best renditions of these compact meals in buns. Whether you call them frankfurters, wieners, red-hots, or parkies, we consider the following, listed in in alphabetical order below, to be tops in our town. Got another favorite? Shout it out in the comments below.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Al's Gourmet Sausage N' Foods

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Diggity Dog

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Dog In The Park

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Gourmet Dog Japon

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Hot Dog Stand at the Broadway Shell

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Matt's Famous Chili Dogs

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Po Dog

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Al's Gourmet Sausage N' Foods

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Diggity Dog

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Dog In The Park

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Gourmet Dog Japon

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Hot Dog Stand at the Broadway Shell

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Matt's Famous Chili Dogs

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Po Dog

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Taxi Dogs

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