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The 10 Best Hot Dog Spots In Seattle

Updated: May 2, 2022

What is the best street food? Hot dogs! We have rounded up the top hot dog spots in Seattle just for you! We surveyed the top review sites and analyzed millions of reviews for the best hot dogs in Seattle. For the crispiest corn dog or tastiest Chicago style-dog head to one of these great Seattle spots!

Find the perfect Hot Dogs spot

Dog In The Park

Food Stand, $, DowntownFood Stand, $Seattle, Downtown
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.0
  • Eater, 2015

    A Guide to the 9 Best Hot Dogs in Seattle

    Eater, 2015
  • MSN

    The 4 best spots to score hot dogs in Seattle


Matt's Famous Chili Dogs

American, $, GeorgetownAmerican, $Seattle, Georgetown
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 4.0
  • Thrillist, 2015

    The 8 Best Hot Dogs in Seattle

    Thrillist, 2015
  • Foursquare

    The 15 Best Places for Hot Dogs in Seattle


Joe's Grilled Gourmet Dogs

Food Stand, $, Pioneer SquareFood Stand, $Seattle, Pioneer Square
Google: 5.0
Yelp: 5.0
  • Foursquare

    The 15 Best Places for Hot Dogs in Seattle


Victory Lounge

Bar, $, South Lake UnionBar, $Seattle, South Lake Union
Google: 4.5
Yelp: 3.5

ChungChun Rice Hot Dog

Korean, $, International DistrictKorean, $Seattle, International District
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.5

Dirty Dog

Food Stand, $, Capitol HillFood Stand, $Seattle, Capitol Hill
Google: 5.0
Yelp: 4.0

Rain City Hot Dogs

Food Truck, AtlanticFood TruckSeattle, Atlantic
Google: 4.4
Yelp: 4.5

Seattle Tavern & Pool Room

Bar, $, GeorgetownBar, $Seattle, Georgetown
Google: 4.6
Yelp: 4.0


American, $, Industrial DistrictAmerican, $Seattle, Industrial District
Google: 4.1
Yelp: 3.5
  • Eater, 2019

    22 of the Best Burgers In Seattle

    Eater, 2019
  • Infatuation, 2019

    Where To Eat Near T-Mobile Park

    Infatuation, 2019

Little Coney

American, $, Sunset HillAmerican, $Seattle, Sunset Hill
Google: 3.9
Yelp: 3.5
  • Infatuation, 2019

    Where To Eat & Drink Near Seattle Parks

    Infatuation, 2019

How did we curate these results?

We know how tough it is to find the best Hot Dogs in Seattle. The restaurants in this list rose to the top after we analyzed the Yelp and Google ratings for 10951 restaurants in Seattle, 1095134 restaurant reviews, and exactly 1286 lists and articles from experts at Infatuation and Eater and more. All with some boam magic. Yes, we even looked at Infatuation - Where To Eat & Drink Near Seattle Parks, Infatuation - Where To Eat Near T-Mobile Park and Eater - 22 of the Best Burgers In Seattle to pull this list together. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their available services, so you can stay safe on your terms. Every restaurant shown earned its spot fair and square. With boam, money never makes the list. If your next meal is in any of these ten restaurants, the Hot Dogs aficionado in you will rejoice.

Frequently asked questions

Dottie's Double Wide, ChungChun Rice Hot Dog, and PICK-QUICK Drive In are the highest-rated hot dogs spots for take-out in Seattle.

Hannyatou, Dottie's Double Wide, and ChungChun Rice Hot Dog have outdoor seating and hot dogs in Seattle.

Dottie's Double Wide, PICK-QUICK Drive In, and Subway are the highest-rated vegetarian Hot dog spots in Seattle.

Monster Dogs, Joe's Grilled Gourmet Dogs, and Dirty Dog are food stands that serve hot dogs in Seattle.

Hannyatou, Dottie's Double Wide, and ChungChun Rice Hot Dog are the highest-rated hot dog spots for lunch in Seattle.

Drink pairing tips for Hot Dogs

  • Enjoy mortadella hot dog with Grüner Veltliner

    For an elevated experience, pair your mortadella hot dog with Grüner Veltliner. This combination works particularly well because this white wine cuts through the richness of the sausage.

  • Take Italian sausage hot dog to the next level

    Experts suggest pairing a Italian sausage hot dog with a glass of Porter, a popular beer.

Interesting facts about Hot Dogs

  • A whole lotta hot dog

    Joey Chestnut holds the record for eating the most hot dog in the world by finishing no fewer than 75 in one sitting. Could you top that?

  • The first ever

    Mr. Feuchtwanger is widely recognized as the first person to ever make the now-famous hot dog.

  • A hefty price-tag

    How much would you be willing to pay for hot dog filled with smoked cheese bratwurst, butter teriyaki onions, maitake mushrooms, Wagyu beef, foie gras, black truffles, caviar, Japanese mayonnaise, brioche bun? In 2014, someone in Seattle paid $169.

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