Atlanta, GA

Top three chili dogs in Atlanta

Amy Cheribelle

ATLANTA, GA — Chili dog is the better version of hot dogs. With regular hot dogs, you only get buns, hot dog sausage, and condiments. The dish will be much tastier when added some ground beef chili sauce which is often topped with cheddar and onions. Find the best chili dogs at these three locations in Atlanta.

  • The Original Hot Dog Factory

1529 Spring Rd Se Unit E Smyrna, GA 30080 | 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Friday | (678) 293-6099 | Website | Facebook

The Original Hot Dog Factory has a wide selection of chili dogs. You can choose from Detroit Coney, Carolina Slaw Dog, La Dog, Taco Dog, and Texas Rodeo chili dogs. For some variety, they also put some chili on fries and burgers.

The chili dog here is so good said Deja M. on Yelp, “there's this slightly sweet but savory taste with the super soft bun and shredded cheese".

  • Mike's Hot Dogs

5948 Roswell Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30328 | 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday - Sunday | (404) 252-8484 | Facebook

Mike's Hot Dogs has chili dogs, chili slaw, and chili cheese. They also have french fries and tamales with chili and cheese. Their other menu includes regular hot dogs, chicken sausage, veggie dogs, brownies, and many others.

“The dogs were flavorful and had a nice texture. The chili was good, right for the dog. Fresh seeded bun,” said Bruce F. on Yelp.

  • Hot Dog Pete's

25 Georgia Ave SE Atlanta, GA 30312 | 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Sunday | (470) 369-6777 | Website | Facebook

The sauce is what makes their hot dogs stand out. Hot Dog’s Pete’s chili dogs are loved by many. Their variety is available as Pete’s Original, Pete’s Special Dog, Skyline Coney Dog, and the Slaw Dog.

“The chili dog is incredible. The buns are PERFECT. Great fries and onion rings,” said Jordan D. on Yelp.

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