The Chicago-style hot dog is an icon in the Windy City. For many what you put on your dog separates the local from the tourist. Here's how you build a Chicago hot dog, whether you're a Chicagoan or live halfway around the world.
Chicago Pizza (Giordano's ?) *I have been to Chicago, and no store bought/Pizza Hut/Papa Murhpy's, etc, restaurant around here could even compare to authentic Chicago Deep Dish Pizza. I would love to take Justin up there sometime and show him what real pizza is like, lol.
The concept for The Santa Cruz Dog came quite easily for chef Aaron Siegel who has always been a fan of cooking and most of all... quality hot dogs. The Santa Cruz Dog is a unique all beef hot dog wrapped in a soft hearty bun and topped with green chilies, red onions, jalapenos, artichoke hearts, and bacon. A special tangy sauce is added with this dog for a very new unique flavor.
Sure, you can jostle the hordes of tourists in any of the restaurants lining Old San Juan's charming streets. But the city of San Juan -- one of the most cosmopolitan in the Caribbean -- has a vibrantly mixed culture, and dining there can be a wildly flavorful blend of local traditions, mouth-watering trends, and plenty of style if you find the right places. The seven "locals only" spots on this list of great restaurants in San Juan reveal just a hint of how any visitor can eat like a local…