Quality BBQ is well represented in New York City. The barbecue food trend has crossed the river into Brooklyn, with many restaurants worth a trip to the outer borough.
If it’s closed, that would leave just one Gray’s Papaya in New York City — the location on 72nd and Broadway. The midtown location closed in 2011 due to high rent.
Labor Day cooking with celebrity caterer Andrea Correale of Elegant Affairs. She’s showing us a frankfurter bar and what you can do with the remainder of your summer veggies.
The Guinness World Record Book lists it as the “largest commercially available hot dog.” It’s actually called “The Big Hot Dog” and is 16 inches long, four inches in diameter — and weighs seven pounds.
Reigning Hot Dog Eating Champ Joey Chestnut Looks To Break Own World Record In Annual July 4 Contest
Weighing in at 210 pounds, six-time champion Joey Chestnut said he wants to down 70 hot dogs at the annual Coney Island event.
As we celebrate America this week, we’re honoring this classic summer holiday food. These days we’ve entered into a golden age of putting tubular meat in buns, and the restaurants below serve some of the city’s versions.
These five restaurants combine patriotism and creativity to offer unique spins on the classics. Our forefathers—and foremothers—would be proud.
There’s another new food truck in town, and this one truly stands out from all those trucks serving variations on tacos, burritos and rice bowls. The Rhong Tiam Supreme Burger Truck puts its own unique twist on burgers, but there were a couple of other items we wanted to try first before tackling those patties.
Instead of a ribbon-cutting, there was a ceremonial cutting of the hot dog links at Nathan’s Famous hot dogs on Coney Island Thursday.
Even if your Memorial Day grilling plans got rained out, you can still enjoy the traditional hot dog as we kick off the summer season. Whether you’re looking for a classic frankfurter or a hot dog with a twist, check out our picks for the best wieners in NYC.
The original 1310 Surf Avenue location reopened Monday at 7 p.m., according to Nathan’s official Facebook page.
A fire broke out this weekend at the original Nathan’s Famous restaurant at Coney Island.
If you ever see a list of the best hot dogs in NYC, Crif Dogs is invariably on the list. Not only do they have some creative toppings, but every frank is deep-fried, and most are wrapped in bacon. Yeah, that’s the ticket!
Bark started with a small strorefront in Park Slope, then added another outlet at Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. This season they opened a stand at High Line Park. That’s where I went a couple of times recently to sample some dogs.
New Yorkers may not be familiar with Chicago Dogs, so let’s walk through one. An all-beef hot dog shares the bun with mustard, relish, onions, a pickle spear, tomato wedges, sport peppers, and a dash of celery salt.