Visit This 90-Year-Old Roadside Stand For The Most Memorable Hot Dogs In Connecticut

Connecticut has some restaurants that are local institutions. Louis Lunch is the birthplace of the hamburger while Pepe’s and Sally’s are tried-and-true pizzerias that have stood the test of time. When it comes to hot dogs, there is one place that stands out. Blackie’s Hot Dog Stand is a legendary spot that’s been serving memorable hot dogs since 1928 in Connecticut.

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Have you ever sampled the memorable hot dogs at Blackie’s Hot Dog Stand? Add even more yummy drive-ins to your dining bucket list by checking out this list of local dining legends.