With inflation sending the price of a hot dog to $4 and above at most New York City street carts, it's no surprise a premium dog with toppings is now around ten bucks. The one at Bisbee’s Beer Garden (200 West 43rd St) in the heart of Times Square is worth every penny.
Prices begin at $7.50 for a plain hot dog made with a 100% all beef custom blend ($8.95 for a Chili Dog and $9.95 for a Chili Cheese Dog). The hot dogs which arrive fresh off the grill are thicker than a regular hot dog with a perfect snap. Toppings include crispy bacon, sauerkraut, hot peppers, cucumber relish, and spicy caramelized onions, and start at 95 cents. The hot dogs are served on a freshly toasted bun.
The stand is also serving up bratwurst and spicy chorizo. Visitors will also discover pressed panini sandwiches and snacks alongside beer, wine and sangria with ample outdoor café-style seating.