Hot Dogs

1 El Capitan’s

The patio at El Capitan’s is open for the summer, making it easy to enjoy a gourmet, pirate-inspired meal in the sun. Order a specialty sausage, a draft beer, or split a jumbo pretzel with friends for the perfect afternoon snack.

1201 Cornwall Ave. Ste. 101, Bellingham
206.459.2567 |

2 Neiner Neiner Weiner

With a menu featuring more than 10 dog options as well as hamburgers, milkshakes, breakfast items, and a slew of sides, this little hut is the perfect stop for the whole family. From classic to crazy, there’s a hot dog here for everyone.

1259 Barkley Blvd., Bellingham
360.746.1578 |

3 Dockside Dogs

This ‘50s-themed mini-cafe overlooks the Cap Sante Boat Haven in Anacortes. A popular spot among locals, the nautical diner offers all-natural hot dogs, vegetarian options, and Ivar’s Clam Chowder.

1019 Q Ave., Anacortes

4 Joe Martin Field

There’s nothing better than kicking back at a baseball game with a dog and a brew. At Joe Martin Field, get a classic hot dog with ketchup, mustard, mayo, relish, sauerkraut, onion, or whatever combination suits your fancy. With local ingredients from top to bottom, there’s nothing coming out of left field on these dogs.

1220 Civic Field, Bellingham
330.527.1035 |

5 Costco

When a buck-and-a-half gets you a quality hot dog and a fountain drink, you can’t go wrong. Costco hot dog buns are fluffy and delicious, and you get to top it yourself for a perfect bite, every bite.

4125 Arctic Ave., Bellingham
360.671.6947 | 

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"From classic to crazy, there’s a hot dog here for everyone."