Sweet Dogs’ appeal is simple: they take the classic ballpark hotdog and add toppings that you’d only find in Miami. Besides obvious additions like chili and cheese, dogs come topped with everything from plantains to fried chow mein noodles, along with guava and cream cheese flavored popcorn to enjoy on the side. Sweet Dogs also has some of the best mac and cheese in town, which you can of course get on a hot dog too.
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