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This Atlanta joint notoriously serves a full two miles worth of hot dogs on a daily basis. The downtown eatery, billed as the world's largest drive-in, can accommodate up to 600 cars and 800 patrons at any given time -- which certainly accounts for the abundance of hot dog sales. A team of singing and dancing car hops awaits vehicular customers in the enormous parking lot, and for regulars, there is something of a secret Varsity lingo when it comes to ordering. Established in 1928, the iconic American mainstay has served its famous chili-cheese dogs and fried peach pies to the likes of Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama.

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Atlanta

The Varsity

The Varsity

This Atlanta joint notoriously serves a full two miles worth of hot dogs on a daily basis. The downtown eatery, billed as the world's largest drive-in, can accommodate up to 600 cars and 800 patrons at any given time -- which certainly accounts for the abundance of hot dog sales. A team of singing and dancing car hops awaits vehicular customers in the enormous parking lot, and for regulars, there is something of a secret Varsity lingo when it comes to ordering. Established in 1928, the iconic American mainstay has served its famous chili-cheese dogs and fried peach pies to the likes of Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama.