Nashville March 12, 2019
The Hot Dogs At This Nashville Eatery Are Absolutely Overloaded With Tasty Toppings
It seems like every day there’s a new food craze. Cronuts! Decadent milkshakes! Bacon wrapped bbq! Sure, they’re all exciting and new and fun to experience once in a while, but every so often it’s calming and good to go back to the classics. Hot dogs. The meal of our childhoods, the taste of summertime. In Nashville, Tennessee, I Dream of Weenie serves up a hint of nostalgia with a twist out of their one-of-a-kind location.
I Dream of Weenie is Nashville's iconic hot dog stand, the kind of place that's not only highly shareable on social media but leaves you full and happy after a meal.
Located in a renovated VW bus, the hot dog stand has picnic area seating and a few spare chairs for relaxing as well. The casual, laid-back atmosphere is not only great for summertime snacking, but a quick hot dog to-go to get you through the chill of wintertime.
You can choose between a veggie, turkey or beef weenie, with bratwurst sausages available for an extra $1. Whether you're opting for a Windy City Weenie (pictured) or the Flamin' Frank, stuffed with mustard, chili, hot salsa, jalapenos, cheese and red onions, you're going to leave stuffed to the gills.
I Dream of Weenie does a great job giving a nod to its southern origins, as well. If you're looking for a hotdog buried in a deluge of hashbrown casserole, look no longer. It's here. We're also a bit obsessed with the mac and cheese weenie...but who wouldn't be? Hot dogs and mac 'n cheese, there's nothing more down-home American than that.
Who said you can't have hotdogs for brunch? Here, you can indulge in your favorite lunchtime eats topped with freshly scrambled eggs and cheese. Pushing the envelope is the name of the game here in Nashville, Tennessee. There's an eggs benny weenie option, and even a hot dog bun french toasted and served with sausage links.
Here's a close-up of the southwestern hot dog, stuffed with mounds of corn taco mac and black beans. This right here? Is true decadence.
You can visit for yourself at 113 S 11th Street in East Nashville, Tennessee, from 11am to 4pm Monday through Thursday, from 11am to 5pm on Fridays and from 10:30am to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.
If you’re more of a barbecue person,
this Nashville eatery is the place to go.