A popular theme park food item at Disney World is hot dogs. With the popularity of Casey’s Corner at Magic Kingdom, Guests cannot get enough hot dogs when visiting the Most Magical Place on Earth.
Since Magic Kingdom reopened, Casey’s Corner has remained closed. The popular dining location on Main Street U.S.A. is not currently serving Guests, which has left many Disney fans wondering where to fill their hot dog craving. While at Magic Kingdom, Guests could visit Peco’s Bill for some corndog nuggets; however, there may be a better location to get your hot dog.
At Disney Springs, Guests have a wide variety of food options, from restaurants to food stands — and even food trucks. Disney Springs has three different food trucks for Guests to enjoy: 4 Rivers Cantina Barbacoa Food Truck, Mac & Cheese Food Truck, and Hot Diggity Dogs. Hot Diggity Dogs sells gourmet hot dogs that are mouthwatering and delicious, as well as very unique.
All of the hot dogs cost $11.75 and come with homemade chips as a side. Below you can find a list of all the hot dogs available at Hot Diggity Dogs; one hot dog not listed; however, it is the secret menu hot dog, which uses french toast as the bun! Read more about that option here.
1/6 lb. All-Beef Hot Dog topped with Lettuce, Tomato, and Bacon with Garlic-Ranch Dressing and served with House-made Chips
1/6 lb. All-Beef Hot Dog topped with Pickles, Tomato, Red Onion, Sports Peppers, and Yellow Mustard and served with House-made Chips
Santa Fe $11.75
1/6 lb. All-Beef Hot Dog topped with Chipotle Mayo, Street Corn, Chili Powder, Cotjia Cheese, Cilantro, and Lime Wedge and served with House-made Chips
Texas Chili Cheese $11.75
1/6 lb. All-Beef Hot Dog topped with Texas Chili, Cheddar Cheese, and Corn Chips and served with House-made Chips
1/6 lb. All-Beef Hot Dog topped with Pastrami, Swiss Cheese, Sauerkraut, and Russian Dressing and served with House-made Chips
Personally, I had the Santa Fe hot dog, and I can say that it surely is the best hot dog option at Disney World, in my opinion! The bread used was a thick-cut Texas toast bun that was toasted, the hot dog was large and flavorful, plus all of the ingredients on the top created a delicious flavor with fresh ingredients that were loaded on top. Considering the chips alone cost $7.00 when ordered separately, and the hot dog is almost big enough to split for two, this hot dog cost is a steal!
Sink your teeth into a variety of delectable dogs—like the BLT, Chicago, Rueben, Santa Fe or Texas Chili Cheese—with a side of loaded house-made chips. Add some Hot Diggity sauce to amp up that oh-so-sweet heat!
Have you ever eaten a hot dog at Disney World? Where do you think the best hot dog at Disney is?
Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Inside the Magic overall.