This list includes restaurants, fast food restaurants and hot dog stands that primarily serve hot dogs and related food items. A hot dog stand is a food business stand that sells hot dogs from an external counter on a public thoroughfare.
Hot dog restaurants
- Art's Famous Chili Dog Stand – Hot dog stand in Los Angeles, California, U.S.
- Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur – Hot dog stand chain in Reykjavík, Iceland
- La Belle Province – Fast food restaurants chain in Quebec, Canada
- Big Daddy's Restaurants – Defunct restaurant chain
- Casper's – Hot dog restaurant chain based in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, U.S.
- Coney I-Lander – Restaurant chain based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.
- Coney Island – Type of American restaurant
- Coney Island Hot Dog Stand – Hot dog restaurant in Bailey, Colorado, U.S.
- Cozy Dog Drive In – Restaurant in Springfield, Illinois, U.S.
- Decarie Hot Dog – Hot dog restaurant in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Dixie Chili and Deli – Restaurant chain in the U.S. state of Kentucky
- Dog n Suds – American drive-in eatery chain
- Donnie Vegas – Restaurant in Portland, Oregon, U.S.
- Essie's Original Hot Dog Shop – Restaurant in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.
- Franks-A-Lot – Hot dog restaurant in Portland, Oregon, U.S.
- Gene & Jude's – Hot dog stand in River Grove, Illinois, U.S.
- Gray's Papaya – Hot dog restaurant chain in New York City
- Hillbilly Hot Dogs
- Hot Dog on a Stick – Fast food franchise
- Hot Doug's
- James Coney Island – American restaurant chain
- Japadog – Building in British Columbia, Canada
- Katz's Delicatessen – Restaurant in Manhattan, New York
- Lafleur Restaurants
- Marathon Enterprises, Inc.
- Max's Bar & Grill – Restaurant in Long Branch, New Jersey, U.S.
- Mel's Drive-In – American restaurant chain
- Montreal Pool Room
- Nathan's Famous – Fast food restaurant chain
- National Coney Island
- New York Fries – Canadian fast-food restaurant chain
- Nick's Famous Coney Island, Portland, Oregon, U.S.
- Nu-Way Weiners
- Olneyville New York System
- Papaya King – Fast food restaurant based in New York City
- Pink's Hot Dogs – Landmark hot dog restaurant in Los Angeles
- Pølsevogn – Danish hot dog stands
- Portillo's Restaurants – Chicago-based fast casual restaurant chain
- Rutt's Hut
- Shorty's Lunch
- Skyline Chili – Restaurant chain specializing in Cincinnati chili
- Sneaky Pete's
- Sonic Drive-In – Fast food restaurant chain
- Stewart's Restaurants
- Tail o' the Pup
- Ted's Hot Dogs – American fast food chain
- Tony Packo's Cafe, "Hungarian Hot Dogs", Toledo Ohio
- Vienna Beef
- Walter's Hot Dog Stand – Historic commercial building in New York, United States
- Weenie Beenie – Fast food restaurant in Arlington, Virginia, United States
- The Wieners Circle – Hot dog stand in Chicago
- Wienerschnitzel – American fast-food restaurant chain
- The Windmill
- Woody's Chicago Style
- Yocco's Hot Dogs – Restaurant in Pennsylvania
- Zach's Shack – Bar and restaurant in Portland, Oregon, U.S.
- Zack's Hotdogs – Restaurant in Burlington, North Carolina, U.S.
A Wienerschnitzel restaurant located in Norwalk, California, with the steep yellow A-shaped roof of many Weinerschnitzel buildings
Essie's Original Hot Dog shop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
The Coney Island Hot Dog Stand in Bailey, Colorado
A Weenie Beenie restaurant in South Arlington, Virginia
A take-out würstelstand in Vienna, Austria
Montreal Pool Room at its new location, in June 2012
- Coney Island hot dog
- List of hot dogs
- List of casual dining restaurant chains
- List of fast food restaurants
- List of hamburger restaurants
- List of street foods
- Hot dog cart
- Hot dog day
- Hot dog variations
- Lists of restaurants
- Types of restaurant
- World's longest hot dog
- "Singing hot dog man", Charley Marcuse
- "Hot Dogs Chain Store Basis". Los Angeles Times. 11 October 1925. p. 18.
- "Anniversary of Hot Dog, Bun" (PDF). Binghamton (NY) Sunday Press. 29 November 1964. p. 10D.
- Zwilling, Leonard (27 September 1988). "Trail of Hot Dog Leads Back to 1880s". New York Times. p. A34. Retrieved 17 June 2013.
- Lavin, Cheryl (24 September 1980). "Hot dog! 2 mustard moguls who relish their work". Chicago Tribune. p. E1.