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Hot diggity dog — 7 hot dogs to eat around Boston

Take a bite out of these seven unique dogs around the Greater Boston area ahead of the Fourth of July.


Turn up the heat with the Chipolte Dawg from Gordon Ramsay Burger.

Photo provided by Gordon Ramsay Burger

The next time you can head to America’s Most Beloved Ballpark for a Fenway Frank is Tuesday, July 9 when the Sox take on the Oakland A’s. If the Fourth of July makes you want a hot dog real bad, then keep reading for a few local recommendations + prices.

Sullivan’s Castle Island, 2080 William J. Day Blvd.
This Southie staple will serve up classic hot dogs on a toasted roll for $3.15.

Trina’s Starlite Lounge, 3 Beacon St., Somerville
Switch up the traditional toppings and ask for the hot dog of the day. This Somerville spot also has corndogs for $7, and the Starlite Style Dog, topped with cheese, fries, coleslaw, and starlite aioli for $9.

Lone Star Taco Bar, 479 Cambridge St., Allston + 635 Cambridge St., Cambridge
This tex-mex eatery takes a hot dog and tops it with refried beans, cheese, roasted salsa, chipotle mustard, and crema. This Mexican dog goes for $8.50.

Gordon Ramsay Burger, 99 Blackstone St.
Order up a standard dawg with onion, mustard, ketchup + bread and butter pickles for $11 or try the chipotle dawg topped with cheddar, avocado, chipotle ketchup, fresno chiles, jalapeño, and pepper relish for $13.

Stephanie’s on Newbury, 190 Newbury St.
Looking to splurge on a hot dog? Then head to Back Bay to try the wagyu beef dog topped with chopped red onion, mustard, and relish for a whopping $21.

The Silhouette Lounge, 200 Brighton Ave.
Not only can you snag hot dogs at this neighborhood bar, if you get a Silhouette tattoo you can score free hot dogs for life.

A Bourbon Cherry Bacon Brat from Saus.

The Bourbon Cherry Bacon Brat also has a vegetarian option.

Photo by @saus_boston

Saus, 33 Union St. + 1 Bow Market Way, Somerville
A honorary bite for consideration are the beer-brined pork bratwurst or vegetarian beyond sausages from Saus with a variety of toppings for $10 each.

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