Paris' semi-seedy Pigalle neighborhood is known for being lively—with plenty of new craft cocktail offerings and quality restaurants cropping up between strip clubs and hostess bars—and Glass fits in perfectly, thanks in part to it remaining open until...
Copenhagen Street Dog
Let’s be real: for most, the blissfully ignorant days of loving the classic American hot dog are over. Because, well, we just don’t know what’s in those things. But rather than picking up an impostor in the health food aisle, why not turn to Denmark...
Vegetarian Hot Dogs at Le Tricycle
Those in Paris may have spotted Coralie Jouhier and Daqui Gomis cruising through the streets, bringing vegetarian hotdogs to the masses on their food bike service Le Tricycle. A loyal following has now resulted in a newly opened brick-and-mortar...
Authentic New York Hot Dog Vendor Cart
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The Brooklyn Hot Dog Company
Despite the hot dog's almost iconic status in New York, friends Tony Fragogiannis and Billy Mulholland had a hard time finding a frank that lived up to the classic's name. Frustrated with a market filled with lackluster and over-processed options...
Word Of Mouth: London Street Food
While NYC has been loudly blazing the trail for a Twitter-hyped food truck revolution for some time, across the pond London is gradually creating its own community of street food vendors through a more stealth blend of social media, word of mouth and...
Hot Dog Country
Before the sun sets and the fireworks go off, many Americans will celebrate independence by downing a delectable dog—from a Southern Slaw to Maine's Red Snapper, the style of wiener is nearly as varied as the country itself. To celebrate, here...