We’re not here to hate on ketchup, mustard and relish, but there’s a whole other world of hot dog condiments that don’t come from a bottle. Check out some of the craziest flavor profiles we could find. Though some of these may sound unusual, bizarre and downright unappetizing, you shouldn't knock it till you try it!
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Billionaire Dog (above)
Haute Doggery, Las Vegas
If you have a more refined palate (and maybe a private yacht), you’ll want to opt for this Foie Gras-covered Kobe beef frank with port onion marmalade and truffle mayo. You fancy, huh?
Short Leash Hot Dogs, Phoenix
Peanut butter, smoked gouda, bacon, bbq sauce and cracker jacks: there isn’t one ingredient on this list that we don’t like. Reactions on whether or not they taste well together will vary, but our guess is abso-freakin’-lutely.
Dat Dog, New Orleans
The dog may defy tradition by featuring beer-battered cod fish, homemade tartar sauce and tomatoes, but that doesn’t make it any less delicious. You’re welcome, seafood lovers.
Various IKEA locations, Japan
It’s the charcoal-infused cuisine that the world can’t stop talking about. Though it tastes like an everyday hot dog, its appearance may turn off even the most adventurous of eaters. We’re not afraid.
Los Shucos, San Francisco
You may think the bacon-wrapped beef frank is decadent, but it’s the refried black beans and gobs of queso fresco that take this Latin hot dog to the next level. The lactose intolerant need not consume.
Japadog, Vancouver & Los Angeles
If you’re craving actual Japanese food and not novelty items like the Ninja Dog, look no further than the seaweed and teriyaki-mayo topped Terimayo. This frank also boasts three types of cheese, which means we’re already planning a trip to Vancouver.
Calling all confident cooks. This unique spin with cheddar cheese, sautéed apples and pretzel bread will make you king or queen of the kitchen.