Yes, after 90 years, the mini hot dog has finally arrived at Union Square -- but without Zippy Sauce.
I'm a big fan of the tiny hot dogs found almost exclusively in the Albany area, and have been known to travel to places like Troy, Cohoes, and Schenectady, New York just for a taste. These miniatu ... More >>
At Shake Shack, our own approximation of the Chicago dog.
Whether you call them frankfurters, wieners, tube steaks, or floaters, New York City is the hot dog capital of the world. And here are my five favorite local evocations of the silky sausage that came here from Frankfurt or Vienna, d ... More >>
Just what you want with your breakfast -- a hot dog!
Starting in the German city of Frankfurt am Main, hot dogs have certainly wormed their way all over the globe, but who would've guessed they'd become so popular in Hong Kong?
Hours of airport fun!In a bizarre coincidence (some might even call it a "trend"), the New York Post notes that a mere two days after a stun gun was discovered in the back pocket of seat 9B of a JetBlue flight that had landed at Newark, two stun guns were found at JFK, this time in the luggag ... More >>
Perhaps the most disturbing part of this story about an in-flight cockpit coffee spill is this: Pilots are allowed to drink coffee while piloting commercial airliners!? Because it seems that a coffee spill could do far worse than simply triggering a hijacking alert and forcing a United Airlin ... More >>
No photos because they searched us for photographic devices on the way in.
So Pitchfork had a party in their Greenpoint office last night. The young exuberant fellas of Beach Fossils played. Pitchfork.tv taped it. There was a keg and some awesome vodka made by a neighborhood guy named Tito. Some pe ... More >>
In this week's Village Voice, we present our annual Best of NYC issue, featuring New York's best in Arts and Entertainment, Shops and Services, People and Places, Sports, Recreation, and Sex, Bars and Clubs, and of course Eats and Treats.
Elsewhere, Rob Harvilla gets to know the deliciously indulge ... More >>
Call them hot dogs, franks, weenies, floaters, or tube steaks, New Yorkers love them, whether as impromptu snacks or full-blown meals. And now that the recession is upon us, we love them more than ever. Said to have originated in Frankfurt, Germany, these sausages--filled with a pork or beef or beef ... More >>