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Superdawg Drive-In, Chicago

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Chicago hot-dog lovers tend to lie in one of two camps—the newfangled spot Hot Doug’s or this Windy City classic. Superdawg is an old-school, 1950s-style diner that was ahead of the curve when it opened in 1948. You can still order up your dog via outside speakers (real Order-Matics), and a waitress will come attach a tray to the side of your car. There’s nothing fancy here: the Superdawg is a juicy, pure-beef dog with the city’s signature battery of garnishes on a standard poppy-seed bun. —Charlotte Druckman

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Superdawg Drive-In, Chicago

Chicago hot-dog lovers tend to lie in one of two camps—the newfangled spot Hot Doug’s or this Windy City classic. Superdawg is an old-school, 1950s-style diner that was ahead of the curve when it opened in 1948. You can still order up your dog via outside speakers (real Order-Matics), and a waitress will come attach a tray to the side of your car. There’s nothing fancy here: the Superdawg is a juicy, pure-beef dog with the city’s signature battery of garnishes on a standard poppy-seed bun. —Charlotte Druckman

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