Hot Dogs in Birmingham
The hot dog might be an American institution to some, but give us Brummie's some bread and a sausage and you should expect something magical. From deli dogs that source only the finest of ingredients to happy inducing hot dogs with slatherings of international cheese and flavours, Birmingham's bars and pubs have a few hot dog tricks up their sleeve. Check out our recommendations for the best hot dogs in Birmingham and please note that no adorable puppies or pooches were harmed in the making of these tasty bun clad Birmingham hot dogs.
Keeping up with an oh so classic State-side theme, the hot dogs at the Jewellery Quarter's kitsch Rose Villa Tavern are a wonder of beefy proportions. From their 'Arizona' doused in mesquite bacon, Jalapeno salsa and grilled onions to their 'New York' with a simple yet effective sauerkraut and yellow mustard, hot dogs at The Rose Villa Tavern are a true treat. Pair this with their 'Bubble 'n' Dogs' Thursday special with a dog and a glass bubbly for £9 and you're chortling all the way to sausage land.
Craft beer and a hot dog? Is that you idea of the perfect lullaby? Then we've just the sausage for you! Boasting some of the best craft beer in Birmingham and the UK over, Brewdog also have American inspired grub that will leave any hardened foodie longing for more. From regular hot dog specials such as their Dead Pony Chilli Dog to classic State-side inspired numbers, hot dogs in Birmingham have never looked so appealing.
Conscious of the ingredients that went into the hot dog that you're stuffing into your chops? Worry no more as the Colmore District's slickest new lounge and cocktail bar have rustled something special up on site. With their deli dogs made from scratch in the kitchen, bun and all, The Bureau promise a hot dog that you're find hard pushed to discover anywhere else in the city thanks to their home made flavours and locally sourced produce.
A 'country' bar may not be the first place you look to to chow down on some premium hot dog, but give these guys a chance, they've got something tasty up their sleeves. From American classics such as the 'New Yorker' to the 'Naked' for those fancying something simple, Utopia serve a petite but scoffingly good hot dog selection. But those of you with more fanciful a taste will enjoy indulging in Utopia's 'Fizz Dogs' where you can spoil 'yer tummies to a hot dog and a glass of bubbly for £9.