Once upon a time, a former Alaskan repo guy ran a hot dog stand on Denver's touristy 16th St Mall. One food cart grew into multiple carts, and now he's got two brick and mortar locations in the Mile High area. But Biker Jim didn't become the undisputed Sausage King of Denver (why has no one trademarked this?!) by serving up boring meat. To wit: tubed meat like the rattlesnake + pheasant dressed in harissa-roasted cactus, Malaysian jam, scallions, cilantro, and onion two-ways. Or a wild boar sausage covered in wasabi aioli, caramelized apple, and shaved Irish cheddar. You can mix and match the sausage (10 options) and a plethora of toppings (5 topping combos), giving you plenty of reasons to go back.
This beer hall in the middle of Miami's art district not only cranks out some of the best steaks in the city, but literally cranks out a dozen different original sausages that you can take to go or enjoy with a beer in their outdoor dining room. Highlights include a chicken sausage with plum wine, Hungarian mettwurst with caraway and paprika, currywurst, and blue cheese and fig, all of which are best enjoyed with a side of steak.