Visiting a new city is always exciting for tourists. You get the opportunity to explore the culture of the town and its popular dining spots, shopping areas and entertainment. Each city is different and unique for their one-of-a-kind attractions, and you can find the best of them as long as you’re looking in the right places.
When it comes to finding the hidden gem restaurants in Chattanooga, TN, allow us to spill the beans on one that you can’t miss out on when you’re in town. Along the bustling Frazier Ave in Downtown Chattanooga, you’ll find several “mom and pop” style restaurants, coffee shops and fashion boutiques that the locals and tourists flock to every day. However, when your stomach is gnawing at you and you’re just craving something delicious, walk on over to the place famous for mouthwatering hot dogs, Good Dog Restaurant.
Whether you’re craving a classic hot dog or a savory bratwurst dog, Good Dog doesn’t just use the best quality meats, but the ingredients used are all made in-house with the best products around town. Grab a seat inside their cozy little hot dog bar that may not look like much from the outside, but from the moment your lips touch their famous hot dog, you’ll find that the effort is all in the buns! All their dogs are made with all-beef, or if you’re a vegetarian, they also offer veggie dogs on a local, freshly baked bun.
You can create your own dog with toppings that range from dill pickles to avocados. If you want it, chances are, they have it. If you’re not feeling up to creating your own, they offer at least 15 specials such as the FRED, which includes yellow mustard, chili, cheese and onion, and the Hawaiian, which comes with bbq sauce, bacon or facon, and mango-tomatillo salsa. Along with delicious hotdogs, you can enjoy fresh French fries and a large variety of sides that range from soups, baked beans and potato salad. Don’t think for a second that you’re going to walk out without washing down your meal without a tasty brew! You can even enjoy some of Chattanooga’s local crafts beers that will pair perfect with your dog.
If there’s a Good Dog in town that doesn’t require any training, you can be sure that it lives at Good Dog Restaurants! Have you ever been to Good Dog? Tell us about your experience in the comments.