THE CHICAGO STYLE HOT DOG
 
When two young immigrants brought their frankfurter recipe from Austria, Hungary to Chicago’s World Fair Colombian Exposition in 1893, they knew they were starting a taste sensation. What they didn’t know was they were starting an empire. The new-flanged hot dog sandwich. A pure beef frankfurter in a steamed bun with yellow mustard, bright green relish, chopped onion, tomato wedges, a kosher pickle spear, sport peppers and a dash of celery salt, quickly became Chicago’s favorite treat. It wasn’t long before the entire country discovered Vienna.
Vienna Beef Since 1893