Fork in the Road's Favorite Hot Dogs in New York City

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It's time for Tuesday Toasts, our weekly feature highlighting the Fork in the Road team's favorite versions of popular dishes and favorite spots in the city for a given activity. They might not be the best or the coolest or the newest, but instead represent the things and places that are near and dear to our hearts. Will the team have wildly diverging opinions, or do great minds think alike? There's only one way to find out. Up this week: Our Favorite Hot Dogs.


"Definitely the perro columbiano from Aqui Columbia Antojitos (8108 37th Avenue, 718-651-6565) in Jackson Heights. There was just something about the mix of salsa golf, pineapple, and fried potato sticks -- on a gigantic beef frank -- that really stuck to my ribs." --Victoria Bekiempis

"The hot dog with (fake) chili-onion sauce at Boulevard Drinks (48 Journal Square Plaza, 201-656-1855) in Jersey City." --Robert Sietsema

"Asiadog (66 Kenmare Street, 212-226-8861), because of my undying love of Asian cuisine. Get the Mel and Steve, with a beef frank." --Lauren Shockey

"Hebrew National (citywide), spiral cut and burnt to a charred crisp." --Lauren Bloomberg


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natew
natew

Old Town in Gramercy - Good old griddled dog.  Just don't go at happy hour or really at night at all, all douche nozzles.

Iagowasframed
Iagowasframed

I like Crifdogs...I didn't think I would as I'm a hotdog purist but I really love those bacon wrapped bastards!

Strb56
Strb56

Papaya King! nothing comes close

Rick Shaw
Rick Shaw

Papaya King! Do we even need to debate this?!?!?!Although a Spicy Redneck from Crif Dog at 1AM is always nice........

Austin Scott Brooks
Austin Scott Brooks

I guess I've never really thought about what my favorite hot dog is! In NYC, a hot dog is a hot dog, is a hot dog, I guess. But I guess a Papaya dog is up there with ketchup, mustard and relish!

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