A Connecticut Hot Dog Tour Last Updated 1/18

Filmmaker Mark Kotlinski not long ago discovered that Connecticut is hot dog paradise. In his film, “A Connecticut Hot Dog Tour,” he documents his mouth-watering road trip to some of Connecticut’s very best hot dog stands. From steamed to grilled, and even deep-fried, and including house specialties and local hot dog culture, “A Connecticut Hot Dog Tour” is an entertaining examination of a true American favorite. And now it’s time to go grab a dog of your own at:

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Rawley’s Drive-In, Fairfield

Rawley’s is famous for their bacon topped Hot Dog with “The Works.”

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Glenwood Drive-In, Hamden

Glenwood Drive-In is known for their famous charcoal grilled hot dogs.

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Frankies, Waterbury

Try their famous foot long hot dog.

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Blackie’s Hot Dog Stand, Cheshire

Can't leave without trying some of their famous hot relish.

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Capitol Lunch, New Britain

Get a hot dog with the works and their famous meat sauce.

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Super Duper Weenie, Fairfield

Try one of their many specialties, The New Englander with their homemade hot relish.

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Top Dog Hot Dog, Portland

Check out this cool, hot dog shaped trailer and the must-have spicy Cajun Dog.

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Jake’s Diggity Dogs, New Haven

A perfect spot for late-night hot dog cravings, get foot-long hot dogs with your choice of 34 different toppings.