New Yorkers eat more hot dogs than any other group in the country. From downtown Manhattan to Coney Island, when you buy your hot dog in the Big Apple, it will come served with steamed onions and a pale, deli-style yellow mustard.
The possible antithesis to New York dogs, Chicago dogs are layered with yellow mustard, dark green relish, chopped raw onion, pickle spear, sport peppers, tomato slices and topped with a dash of celery salt and served in a poppy seed bun.
Buying a hot dog at Turner Field, home of the Atlanta Braves, or elsewhere in Atlanta and the south, you'll end up with your dog "dragged through the garden" and topped with coleslaw.
Get the mints out - you'll need them when you order up a hot dog in KC as it is served with sauerkraut and melted Swiss cheese on a sesame seed bun.
The Rockie Dog
Served at Coors Field, the home of the Colorado Rockies - is a foot-long dog with grilled peppers, kraut and onions.
The Fenway Frank
Served at none other than Fenway Park - is the only dog to eat while watching the Red Sox. It's boiled and grilled and served in a New England style bun with mustard and relish.
This Southwestern favorite features a grilled, bacon-wrapped hot dog on a sturdy bun, pinto beans, grilled onions and green peppers, chopped fresh tomatoes, relish, tomatillo jalapeno salsa, mayonnaise, mustard and shredded cheese.
The Texas Dog
Chili, cheese and jalapenos make this the favored item at Minute Maid Park in Houston.
This favorite of Michiganders features a meaty chili sauce on top of a hot dog with mustard and onion.
This favorite features chili, mustard and coleslaw atop a wiener on a steamed bun.