Who doesn’t like hot dogs? This classic all-American food is a staple both at home and on the road. Few college students could get by without them and grabbing a hot dog on your lunch break is something that even classy-professionals enjoy, hence the line of suits on the sidewalk around noon. Regardless of how old you are, or what your budget is, there is a hot dog joint in Maryland that is sure to become your favorite. Here are some of ours.
Pip’s has something for everyone, including vegetarians. You can get the classic, all-beef dog or opt for a turkey dog, vegetarian dog, or Italian sausage. Those are your basics but for 50 cents to $1 more you can try one of their combos featuring toppings like salsa and peppers or chili and onions. With so much to choose from under $5, this is a filling, cheap and delicious Annapolis hot spot in the capital.
Go Maryland all the way with a “Crab Mac” hot dog from Stuggy’s. Your hot dog will be topped with mac & cheese, crab, and Old Bay. It doesn’t get more Maryland than that and you can top it off with some homemade sweet potato fries or go all out with deep fried cookies.
Best hot dogs in Cumberland and perhaps the coolest atmosphere around with classic red bar top stools is what you will find when you go to Curtis’ Famous Weiners. Their reputation is what drives traffic through the door so don’t look for a website (they don’t have one). Instead, you can read their Google reviews to see just how fantastic their dogs really are. Be warned that they do not take credit cards so come with cash (the dogs are inexpensive so you might have enough already).
If you are craving a hot dog but want something that is natural and hormone free, Shake Shack delivers. Their hot dogs are completely free of antibiotics and hormones and served on a non-GMO potato bun. This is guilt-free deliciousness. When you’re done, you can enjoy more guilt-free pleasures with all-natural custard.
Ann’s is known for their foot-long hot dogs. It’s a small stand that has customers coming back since the 1950s and 60s. It’s the kind of place that grandparents take the grandkids to, reminiscing about when they were young. The hot dogs keep them coming, as does the fabulous ice cream and shakes. You can’t miss Ann’s as you’re driving by—just look for the goofy giant size hot dog in the parking lot!