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Swizzler Gourmet Hotdogs

Perfect For:Cheap EatsLunch

The gourmet hot dog your co-worker tried once and showed you 100 pictures of is actually pretty good. It usually moves between Georgetown, Foggy Bottom, and Union Station, but you can track it exactly on Twitter. Choose between classics like the Jersey Dawg (sauerkraut, sweet onion, and spicy brown mustard) or out-of-the-box options like their famous Leonardo Dog Vinci (pesto, fresh mozzarella slices, grape tomatoes, and balsamic glaze). One of these photogenic hot dogs with a side (do the honey-glazed crispy brussel sprouts) and a drink is about $15. And considering you’ll be full for the next 12 hours, that’s a pretty good deal.

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