|Footlong dog at Asher Dairy Bar.|
Here in Arkansas, you can find hot dogs all sorts of places. Almost every dairy bar has some version. Some of our more high-scale restaurants take the humble dish to new levels. Here are a few you should try around the state.
|One Pound Chili Dog at The Sports Page in Little Rock.|
Dave’s Place in Little Rock creates a noteworthy chili dog, but it’s not around a whole lot. When it is, expect a great beef dog covered in beany chili, an extraordinarily filling meal.
|Chili dog with slaw at Red Top Corner in Clarksville.|
Boo’s Bulldog Diner in Greenwood manages to do a respectable version of the dish, as does Buffalo Grill in Little Rock. At Terri-Lynn’s BBQ and Deli in Little Rock you can have anything from Swiss cheese to jalapenos to sauerkraut on top of that big fat dog. And Bubbalu’s in Hot Springs knocks it out of the park.
|Chili dog and onion rings at Boo's Bulldog Diner in Greenwood.|
|Cheese dip covered footlong|
at Tidwell's Dairy Bar.
There’s also, in some parts of the state, the construct known as the Chicago dog. This weiner is topped not with chili but with tomato, onion, pickles, yellow mustard, pickle relish and sport peppers, sometimes on a poppyseed bun. A great one can be found at Feltner Brothers in Scoop Dog in North Little Rock.
|Chicago dog at Feltner Bros. in Fayetteville.|
|Chicago dog at Scoop Dog in North Little Rock.|
What’s your favorite Arkansas hot dog?