Best Spots To Get A Hot Dog In Vancouver

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Whether you enjoy piling your dog high with sour kraut or like to keep it simple with mustard and ketchup – Vancouver’s got you covered.

They’re a summer favourite and there’s an abundance of hot dog joints sprinkled across the city.

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Best Spots To Get A Hot Dog In Vancouver


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The Japanese-style hot dog food carts can be found around downtown Vancouver. They’re so popular they even opened a storefront at 530 Robson Street. Try the Terimayo (teriyaki sauce, mayo, seaweed), or Yakisoba (Japanese noodles and arabiki sausage).

Mean Poutine

"Chicago Dog" with cucumber, banana peppers, onions, tomatoes, relish, dill pickles and lemon pepper 👌 #ontheblog

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They’re known for their poutines, but also serve up a mean hot dog. Taste the Mac-and-Cheese dog or Zen dog (chili, cheese, tomato, onion, cucumber, cream cheese, hot sauce). Give them a visit at 718 Nelson Street.

Nat Bailey Stadium

The Yard dog from Nat Bailey stadium . Go Canadians go! #yipyip #dog #hotdogs #sizzler

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Nothing quite says summer like having a hot dog at a baseball game. Cheer for the Vancouver Canadians and order up one of their delicious dogs, including the Yard Dog, which is three-feet-long. Nat Bailey Stadium is located at 4601 Ontario Street.

PNE Crazy Dogs

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The popular vendor can be found at the PNE with a variety of mouth-watering and “crazy” options including The Double Dog Dare Ya hot dog, which is a whopping two-feet-long.

What’s Up? Hot Dog!

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Specializing in greasy spoon grub that is sure to satisfy your cravings. This is the place to go for hot dogs with all the fixings, I mean it’s in their name! Give it a try at 2481 East Hastings Street.


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Sometimes the simplest hot dogs are the best ones you can get. Costco’s dogs are the best bang for your buck with a large one costing only $1.50 with a can of pop. Eat while you’re stocking up on groceries or just go there for the hot dog—we won’t judge you.


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