As the unofficial food of Arizona, Sonoran dogs have been around forever… or have they? Believe it or not, this iconic dish beloved to most Phoenix and Tucson residents wasn’t invented until the late 1980s. Keep reading to find out where it all started!

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What’s your favorite place to get a Sonoran dog in Arizona? Let us know, and check out our previous article for some of our top picks: These 8 Places Serve The Best Sonoran Dogs In Arizona. Please note: some restaurants may be closed or only offering takeout and delivery, so be sure to contact the establishment to learn more.

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