Bright red, food-colored hot dog with a snappy casing, served on a buttered New England roll.

Red Snapper Dog from Maine:

Hot dog cut into pieces with chili, oyster crackers, and various toppings served on a bun, requiring a spoon to eat.

Scrambled Dog from Columbus, Georgia: 

Hot dog with cream cheese, inspired by a bagel cart vendor, served with various toppings like onions and jalapenos.

Seattle Dog:

Simple hot dog with mustard, sauerkraut, and red onion sauce, typically found at Papaya King and similar spots.

Papaya Dog from New York City: 

Hot dog topped with beanless chili, chopped onions, and mustard, popularized by Greek immigrants.

Coney Island Dog from Detroit:

Similar to the Coney Island dog but includes coleslaw, providing a contrasting texture and flavor.

Appalachian Dog:

Bacon-wrapped hot dog topped with grilled jalapeños, pico de gallo, crema, avocado, cilantro, radish, and cotija cheese.

Tijuana Dog:

Bacon-wrapped hot dog topped with beans, salsa, guacamole, jalapeños, and cheese in a bolillo roll.

Sonoran Dog from Arizona:

Grilled kielbasa topped with coleslaw, French fries, and barbecue sauce on a sturdy roll.

Polish Dog from Cleveland: 

All-beef hot dog with peppers, mustard, relish, onion, tomato, celery salt, and a pickle spear in a poppy seed bun.

Chicago Dog from Chicago