Vienna Inn Planning National Hot Dog Day Celebration

The Vienna Inn has plans to celebrate National Hot Day Day on Wednesday (July 17).

Neary 60 years old, the Vienna Inn (120 E. Maple Avenue) is known for its hot dogs.

“We have many customers that have been coming in since they were kids and now, they come in with their children and even grandchildren, it’s become a rite of passage,” Owner Marty Volk said in a press release.

The restaurant will serve up $1.99 hot dogs and $2.29 chili dogs, which normally cost between $2.20-$2.60, the press release said. Diners can get their hot dogs plain or with cheese, chili, mustard or onions.

National Hot Dog Day is an annual event during National Hot Dog Month in July.

“The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council created National Hot Dog Day. The day was established in 1991 to coincide with a hot dog lunch on Capitol Hill every year on a Wednesday in July,” according to National Calendar Day.

Photo 1 via Vienna Inn/Twitter, photo 2 courtesy Vienna Inn

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