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Introducing The Labor Day Hot Dog Map 2014

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In New Orleans, Labor Day doesn't really signify the end of summer heat. No, there's about another month or so of that. Still, Labor Day cookouts are a staple of the three day weekend, and to that end, here's a local roundup of the most traditional of Labor Day foods, the hot dog. Grill 'em at home or have someone else do it for you - just get out there and enjoy summer's favorite food. Here's where to eat to find hot dogs this Labor Day weekend.

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Dat Dog

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The original sausage palace on Freret that kicked off the city's craze for hot dogs, sausages, and whatever toppings could fit on a bun.

Dat Dog

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Dat Dog 2: Electric Boogaloo, on bustling Magazine Street, keeps the hot dog and beer garden vibe tradition alive with simple to fancypants weiners of all kinds.

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Return of the Dat Dog, the third location which opened this spring, is strategically located on Frenchmen Street to get the goods to the hungry, drunk, local, and/or visiting.

Bud's Broiler

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Bud's Broiler has a hot dog section on its menu, which can be used to order dogs with chili, cheese, and/or hickory BBQ sauce. The City Park location is open 24 hours, which is important and relevant information.

Bud's Broiler

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Get yourself a hot dog at this Tulane-adjacent Bud's location.

Cochon Butcher

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The meat and sandwich mecca makes its own beef hot dog and gives the option to be served "All The Way," which appears to mean "ALL THE THINGS on top."

Cleaver & Co.

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If you'd like to take housemade hot dog goodness home with you to throw on the grill, not only does Cleaver & Co have its usual variety of awesome sausages, but also a special "bacon hot dog" and an experimental "cracklin hot dog" for this weekend only. Note: C&C is only open till 3pm on Monday, Labor Day.

Dreamy Weenies

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This French Quarter dog joint is friendly to both carnivores and vegans alike. Truly a harbinger of peace and togetherness in our time.

Trūburger

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In the grand tradition of burger joints adding its eternal partner hot dogs to the menu, Truburger offers Zweigle's hotdogs for the weenie-obsessed.

Mr. Chill’s Broadmoor Dogs and Sweet Pastries

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This Broadmoor hot dog, po-boy, and pastry shop delivers excellence on all three fronts. It was opened in 2013 by community leaders Joyce and Wilbur "Chill" Wilson, who started one of the first new post-K businesses (a barber shop) in the neighborhood, which has come a long way in the last nine years.

Motown Coney Island

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Motown Coney Island takes its name from Detroit's favorite way to eat a hot dog, Coney Island style, with chili, mustard, and onion.

Ted's Frostop

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Ted's Frostop is an Uptown institution, serving old school diner faves like burgers, malts, all-you-can-eat pancakes, and of course hot dogs. Have one with a root beer float and you can practically feel yourself in a time warp to the 50s.

Dat Dog

The original sausage palace on Freret that kicked off the city's craze for hot dogs, sausages, and whatever toppings could fit on a bun.

Dat Dog

Dat Dog 2: Electric Boogaloo, on bustling Magazine Street, keeps the hot dog and beer garden vibe tradition alive with simple to fancypants weiners of all kinds.

Dat Dog

Return of the Dat Dog, the third location which opened this spring, is strategically located on Frenchmen Street to get the goods to the hungry, drunk, local, and/or visiting.

Bud's Broiler

Bud's Broiler has a hot dog section on its menu, which can be used to order dogs with chili, cheese, and/or hickory BBQ sauce. The City Park location is open 24 hours, which is important and relevant information.

Bud's Broiler

Get yourself a hot dog at this Tulane-adjacent Bud's location.

Cochon Butcher

The meat and sandwich mecca makes its own beef hot dog and gives the option to be served "All The Way," which appears to mean "ALL THE THINGS on top."

Cleaver & Co.

If you'd like to take housemade hot dog goodness home with you to throw on the grill, not only does Cleaver & Co have its usual variety of awesome sausages, but also a special "bacon hot dog" and an experimental "cracklin hot dog" for this weekend only. Note: C&C is only open till 3pm on Monday, Labor Day.

Dreamy Weenies

This French Quarter dog joint is friendly to both carnivores and vegans alike. Truly a harbinger of peace and togetherness in our time.

Trūburger

In the grand tradition of burger joints adding its eternal partner hot dogs to the menu, Truburger offers Zweigle's hotdogs for the weenie-obsessed.

Mr. Chill’s Broadmoor Dogs and Sweet Pastries

This Broadmoor hot dog, po-boy, and pastry shop delivers excellence on all three fronts. It was opened in 2013 by community leaders Joyce and Wilbur "Chill" Wilson, who started one of the first new post-K businesses (a barber shop) in the neighborhood, which has come a long way in the last nine years.

Motown Coney Island

Motown Coney Island takes its name from Detroit's favorite way to eat a hot dog, Coney Island style, with chili, mustard, and onion.

Ted's Frostop

Ted's Frostop is an Uptown institution, serving old school diner faves like burgers, malts, all-you-can-eat pancakes, and of course hot dogs. Have one with a root beer float and you can practically feel yourself in a time warp to the 50s.

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