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Oct 9, 2012 - Where to find the best hot dogs in New York

If you’re headed into New York city with Bus Companies NY and don’t know where to eat, you’re in luck as nothing says New York like a NYC-style hotdog. To help you find some of the city’s best hot dogs, here is a list of some of New York’s best hot dog places. Here are some of our charter bus, party bus, coach bus, sleeper bus, mini bus customers say are their favorites.

Bark Hot Dogs at 474 Bergen Street, Brooklyn offer good, large hot dogs as well as a vegetarian dog made from mushrooms and chickpeas. For something a bit different, try The Smoke Joint at 87 South Elliot Place, Brooklyn’s Black Angus hot dog with their unique BBQ meat toppings (pork, chicken, or beef). All of our Bus Companies NY customers say that Nathan’s Famous serves up their famous kosher beef hot dogs at 1310 Surf Avenue, Coney Island, Brooklyn while, Shake Shack, Madison Square Park, near Madison Avenue and East 23rd Street, 366 Columbus Avenue, Upper West Side and Citi Field, Flushing, Queens serves basic dogs, loaded hot dogs, and a tasty smoked chicken and apple bratwurst (If you can deal with the huge lines).

If you’re short on cash, get the charter bus or party bus driver to bring you to Gray’s Papaya’s recession special at 539 Eighth Avenue at 37th Street, 402 Sixth Avenue at 8th Street or 2090 Broadway at 72nd Street. Or, for a non-basic hotdog, get Bus Companies NY bus driver to drop you off Willie’s Dawgs, 351 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn where you can choose from three styles of buns, three types of all beef hot dogs or even vegetarian hot dogs are made from either carrots or tofu. For more suggestions from our Bus Companies NY customers, read on...

Legendary Papaya King’s two locations, 79 East 86th Street, Upper West Side or 121 West 125th Street, Harlem serve up papaya juice and frankfurters while Katz’s Deli at 205 East Houston Street, has been an LES institution since 1888.  Hot Diggity Dog at 263 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn offers hot dogs and pastrami in one meal called the Windsor Weenie and last but not least, for the largest hot dog menu in Manhattan, head over to Crif Dogs at 113 Saint Marks Place, East Village for corn dogs or spicy redneck hot dogs made with an all beef dog wrapped in bacon with chili, coleslaw, and jalapenos served up with toppings like egg, cucumber, and pineapple.

The best way to experience NY is really to just get on the charter bus or other large vehicles like a party bus, coach bus, sleeper coach, passenger bus from a reliable charter bus company like Bus Companies NJ. We know schedule is very important to you and Bus Companies NY want to help you make the most out of your time here – so, give us a call right now to get your trip going.