For the complete Chicago dog experience, head to Byron’s Hot Dog Haus in Wrigleyville. The traditional Chicago hot dog has seven key ingredients besides the bun and the Vienna beef, including mustard, onion, relish, dill pickle, tomato slices, sport peppers, and celery salt, plus lettuce, green pepper and cucumber! Byron’s delivers on all accounts, and makes for the perfect place to eat before a Cubs game.
Byron’s Hot Dog Haus, 1017 W Irving Park Rd, Chicago IL, USA, +1 773-281-7474
Chicago is definitely a city that loves its meat, ever since its meatpacking industry exploded in the Industrial Revolution. In combination with the history of the reverence for all things meat in Argentina, Tango Sur makes a perfect fit in Wrigleyville. Its sleek, candle-lit ambiance attests to the quality of the food, which borders on the sublime. The empanadas served with garlic and parsley sauce are the perfect appetizer, while el filet, the jewel of this steakhouse, remains unchallenged in all of Wrigleyville.
Tango Sur, 3763 N Southport Ave, Chicago IL, USA, +1 773-477-5466