Vienna Beef Hot Dogs

It's Not a Chicago Dog Without the Vienna Beef
Vienna Beef Hot Dogs
How best to eat this national treasure? The Chi-town way, of course: nestled in a steamed poppyseed bun and loaded with mustard, relish, onions, tomatoes, a pickle spear, and a dash of celery salt, locally referred to as “dragged through the garden.” All of which counts towards your daily salad quota. Clearly.
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In 1893, two Austrian-Hungarian immigrants debuted their Vienna Beef hot dog at the World’s Columbian Exposition, much to the wonder and delight of its over 27 million visitors. Over a century later, few foodstuffs are as worshiped on a national and local level more than the iconic Chicago-style hot dog. Fiercely prideful of America’s most popular sausage, Chicagoans are downright religious when it comes to the dog: about 700,000 are made daily at the Vienna Beef headquarters to supply the more than 1,800+ local hot dog vendors who sell them, ‘cuz a dog just ain’t a dog made any other way.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Vienna Beef has been featured on Food Network and in Esquire Magazine.

Vienna Beef Hot Dogs

It's Not a Chicago Dog Without the Vienna Beef

In 1893, two Austrian-Hungarian immigrants debuted their Vienna Beef hot dog at the World’s Columbian Exposition, much to the wonder and delight of its over 27 million visitors. Over a century later, few foodstuffs are as worshiped on a national and local level more than the iconic Chicago-style hot dog. Fiercely prideful of America’s most popular sausage, Chicagoans are downright religious when it comes to the dog: about 700,000 are made daily at the Vienna Beef headquarters to supply the more than 1,800+ local hot dog vendors who sell them, ‘cuz a dog just ain’t a dog made any other way.

We're not the only ones who love them!

Vienna Beef has been featured on Food Network and in Esquire Magazine.