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Creative Loafing has been presenting Atlanta's Best People, Places and Events since 1972. These are some of the past winners for this category:

Best hot dogs BOA Award Winner

2015 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick

Best hot dog BOA Award Winner

2015 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best hot dog BOA Award Winner

2015 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
And other metro Atlanta locations.

Best Hotdog BOA Award Winner

2000 » Oral Pleasures » Critics Pick
Barty's
Sometimes, you find the highest quality in the most average locale. In 1992, Philly native Barton Frank (even his name says hotdog) opened Barty's in a nondescript strip mall near Northlake. He settled on an extra-large, skinless variety of a Sabrett wiener, the filet mignon of Manhattan street vendors,more...
Sometimes, you find the highest quality in the most average locale. In 1992, Philly native Barton Frank (even his name says hotdog) opened Barty's in a nondescript strip mall near Northlake. He settled on an extra-large, skinless variety of a Sabrett wiener, the filet mignon of Manhattan street vendors, and eventually decided broiling made them taste best. Care and quality permeates Frank's shop: a flavorful beanless chili, fresh condiments and shaded tables. All for $2.34. A bonus: Frank's homemade pretzels may also be the best of their kind in Atlanta. less...

Best Hotdog BOA Award Winner

2000 » Oral Pleasures » Readers Pick
Neon lights. Polished chrome. Coca-Cola red trim. A Braves game blares at one end of the room. A disheveled dude mumbles every other word by the sportscaster. It's not just the wiener that makes the Varsity our favorite dog pound, it's the stuff that surrounds it. A perfectly hot, soft bun. An ooze ofmore...
Neon lights. Polished chrome. Coca-Cola red trim. A Braves game blares at one end of the room. A disheveled dude mumbles every other word by the sportscaster. It's not just the wiener that makes the Varsity our favorite dog pound, it's the stuff that surrounds it. A perfectly hot, soft bun. An ooze of chili or slaw. (Alternatively, they're $1.09 "naked.") You face forward in a schoolroom desk, watch the TV and bite through the juicy pink center of an all-American concoction. You grin and say to yourself, "This is not health food." less...

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