West Rogers Park,
Since it first opened in 1967, Wolfy's has been known for its take on the traditional Chicago-style hot dog. The diner has a retro look, with red -inyl booths, a painted Chicago cityscape, and classic works of art sprinkled with Wolfy's products, like the Mona Lisa holding a box of fries and a drink. But this is more than just a hot dog joint; they also serve burgers, polish sausages, Italian beef sandwiches, and thin-cut fries. Traditionalists, however, still order the Vienna beef Chicago dog, with onions, a dill-pickle wedge, tomatoes, and celery salt.