The Best Hotdogs In MA Have Been Delighting Guests For Over 100 Years
Jack's Hot Dog Stand has begun its 101st year of service in the same downtown North Adams spot where it all began.
This family-owned retro lunch counter has not changed much since it was first opened by owner, John Levanos' grandfather Jaffros in 1917.
The hot dogs may be small and simple-looking compared to other joints, but the taste is what scored Jack's the honor of Yankee Magazine's pick for Best Hot Dogs in Massachusetts.
Custom-made by Wohrle’s in Pittsfield, Yankee recommends ordering your dogs “with everything” (mustard, relish, and onion) or“chili cheese," which involves wrapping a dog in white American cheese and slathering it in house chili sauce.
Don't forget to add an order of Jack’s famous, hand-cut fries!
Jack's also serves burgers and pulled pork sandwiches, but it is the hot dogs that made them famous and allow them to remain a local favorite to this day.
Joints like Jack's don't stick around for over a century unless they are doing something right! But don't take it from us, make your way to North Adams and judge for yourself!