I'm not often in the mood for a hot dog but when I am and I can't roast one over a campfire this is where I go to get the encased goods.
This used to be a go to for housemade sausages and pretzels but with a remodel it's now a perfect spot to enjoy lunch at the communal table. Don't miss the potato salad.
If 'meat' in a casing is your thing then Diggity Dogs is your restaurant. A couple of dozen wieners and sausages plus all the right fixins served up in a bun at a good price are what you'll find at this casual Greenlake room.
This boisterous u-district joint serves up a great selection of brats, beers and fried to perfection fries. Attentive, friendly service, plenty of tv's to watch the game and outdoor seating seal the deal.
Weekday happy hour 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. and all day Sunday offers $4 bevs and $5 bites. Go!
As American as hot dogs and apple pie are hot dogs and pinball. So count yourself a good citizen when you visit this stellar Belltown dive packed with pinball, pac man, pabst blue ribbon and a fine juke box.
Where to go when you need to get 'linked up', sit for a bite or grab some beautiful house-made sausages or chorizo to go.
Home to Big Ass Bingo on Tuesday and Baby Ketten Karaoke on Thursday the Spectator is a fine place to watch the game or grab a coney dog or burger & a beer for under 9 bucks during happy hour Tuesday - Friday 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Located next to the popular Radiator Battery in the heart of the hill Po Dog was the first to get around to offering up 'gourmet' dogs in Seattle. With nearly two dozen individual topping options and just about as many chef choice options there is something for everyone even if you don't eat meat.
Look for these made to order dogs of every variety (offered at a good price) on street corners and beer and music events across the city.
Bocce and pretzels and housemade sausages oh my! Beer cocktails and schnitzel and farfel kugel what a buy. This club is huge and goregous and you must visit soon.