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1. WVRST609 King St W, Toronto
2. Fancy Franks326 College St, Toronto
3. Don Don Izakaya130 Dundas St W, Toronto
4. Real Sports Bar & Grill15 York St, Toronto
5. The Dog House40 Bay St, Toronto
6. Footy’s Footlongs170 Princes Blvd, Toronto
7. The Little Dog367 Manning, Toronto
8. The Saint Tavern227 Ossington Ave, Toronto
Located in the Entertainment District, WVRST serves a wide variety of dogs and sausages, from traditional bratwursts to fancy kangaroo, pheasant or elk varieties, with toppings such as sautéed onions and sweet peppers. The space likens a traditional German beer hall, with wide communal tables, dim lighting, and of course, plenty of bottled, canned, and on tap beer.
This gourmet hot dog shop dishes out a myriad of out-of-the-ordinary dogs, including those with PB&J, Korean beef ribs and kimchi, and even mashed potatoes, smashed peas, and gravy.
Located on Dundas St W, this hot doggery serves up a Japanese-style hot dog that originated in Vancouver.
A haven for all things Jays, Leafs, and Raptors, this Entertainment District sports bar has you covered with classic bar bites -- such as the popular foot-long hot dog wrapped in bacon -- a 39-foot HD big screen, and over 126 draught taps. A list of cocktails is also available, but we suggest the Puck Bunny -- a mix of raspberry vodka, cassis, pomegranate juice, lemonade, and soda.
Located inside the Air Canada Centre, The Dog House serves up quality Nathan’s dogs to hungry sports fans and concert goers.
Footy's serves up some hot and steamin' dogs to hungry soccer fans at BMO Field.
These guys serve up your classic Montreal-style steamie, made with pork, beef and chicken, and topped with a blanket of coleslaw, mustard and onions.