Arbetter’s is a classic Miami operation. The Westchester spot has been around since 1959, and people really love their chili dogs. That’s what this place is known for, but really every form of hot dog (which they fry) is good enough to make us forgive all the Boston sports memorabilia on the wall. Also, if you leave without an order of cheese fries, we don’t understand you.
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