It’s the summer time and that means fun, sun and food. Nothing speaks to that more than the simple, yet fulfilling Hot Dog. From your classic to the gourmet, hot dogs are a staple of summer barbecues and parties. They take us out to the ball game and even to tailgating when it starts to have a chill in the air. Satisfy your cravings for the American staple with these Black Owned places to get a hot dog this summer. If you need anything else black owned, make sure you hit the search bar at the top of the home page for more great Black owned brands.
In Humble, Texas, Sisters Germaine and Keela have partnered to make some of the best versions of the All American Hot Dog. Their creations are mouth watering and a full meal on their own. It doesn’t stop there, you can also get their sloppy fries for even more yumminess. You can also book them for a private event as well
DC Foodies and Hot Dog fans have a few great places to get a gourmet dog from. Haute Dogs & Fries has gourmet dogs available in DC, Alexandria, and even a kiosk at National’s Park. The owners Lionel Holmes and Pamela Swanson started the company in 2010 to provide a fun place for families to go. You can also check out their sausages and lobster rolls if you want some variety.
Las Vegas, the home of everything extravagant, is also the home of Buldogi’s Gourmet Hot Dogs. This restaurant combines the American Hor Dog with Korean and other Asian influences for an experience like no other.
The Sporty Dog in Baltimore, MD is here to compete with the best Hot Dog restaurants in the country. This Mother and Daughter team has been in business for 5 years and have developed several unique dogs of their own. Visit them and catch the feel of Baltimore with their O’s and Ravens Dogs this summer.
The Original Hot Dog Factory is a growing franchise that can satisfy your cravings. This brand has locations around Georgia and entering markets like New Jersey, Florida, and Pennsylvania to start. You can get over a dozen different varieties of Hot Dogs as well as wings, onion rings, and burgers.
You can’t talk about Black Owned places to get a hot dog without including the DC icon, Ben’s Chili Bowl. Since 1958 this icon of black culture has been serving up their iconic Half Smokes and chili. The original location has hosted almost everyone who is anyone in black culture over its lifetime. Recently, they have started to expand adding a location at the Baltimore casino and offering up their half-smokes and chili for nationwide shipping.
Everyone knows that 2020 was difficult for businesses, let alone, new ones. However, the Hot Dog Box in Chicago stood tall and now is fast becoming a staple on the Windy City Food Scene. With gourmet dogs like the Millionaire Frank and Beans Steak Dog, this Black Owned restaurant is calling out to you for an elevated ‘quick’ bite to eat.
This Texas based restaurant has been serving the people of Katy since 2015. After traveling the world and working on their recipes, this family owned and operated business began in Richmond, California before their relocation. Since then, they have been known not only for their gourmet hot dogs, but also their contributions to the local community as well.