It's football season and there is nothing better than a smoked wiener to enjoy after a game. Sweet Dogs 305 has the best hot dogs in Miami with the craziest food toppings you can think of.
Sweet Dogs 305 is a service-counter offering the most creative hot dogs with its own brand of sweet sauce. This American classic dish is mixed with Hispanic tradition such as 'queso frito' and 'papitas fritas'.
The toppings are insane and you will be able to find hot dogs topped with spicy tater tots and kimchee. Even better, for $5.50 you can get a smoked sausage with an overload of mac-and-cheese, garlic croutons and grated Parmesan cheese.
Besides offering the wildest hot dog creations, Sweet Dogs 305 also serves flavored popcorn and milkshakes. Not only is the food super affordable, but you can also get some samples before buying.
You can get samples of chocolate oreo coated popcorn or candy-coated guava popcorn. The popcorn bags run about $8 each.
This hidden gem is a must-visit for foodies for its unique and out-of-the-box combinations. Though the joint is small and has limited seating, the food will make you forget where you are.
You can have your hot dog, Chicago style, New York Style or have it Miami style. As mentioned by a Yelp reviewer, "The hot dogs were massive for a great low price and over-stuffed with toppings." It will be a trip to hot dog heaven.
Sweet Dog 305
Address: 4749 SW 8 Street Miami, FL, 33134
Hours: Daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m
Why you need to go: This hot dog joint has the craziest food creations.
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