Chicago-Based Vienna Beef Recalls Hot Dogs; Could Contain MetalMore than 2,000 pounds of Chicago-based Vienna Beef hot dogs are being recalled because they might contain metal fragments, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
Wrigley Field Rolls Out 'Beer Can Chicken Sandwich' And 'Fried Pork Tenders' On New 2019 Season MenuThe Chicago Cubs opener is less than two weeks away, and just ahead of the 2019 season, the Cubs have given fans something extra to look forward to this year.
Vienna Beef Opens Hot Dog Museum For 125th AnniversaryVienna Beef is celebrating its 125th anniversary with the grand opening of a new hot dog museum at its headquarters in Bucktown.
Watch: Stephen Colbert Goes Undercover To Sling Hot Dogs At Wrigley Field"Since I'm from South Carolina, I'm rooting for my home team: the Chicago Cubs," Colbert says.
Ditka Shares His New Sausages With A Few SuperfansMike Ditka showed up today at the Vienna Beef Factory on the North Side, where fans lined up to taste his new trademark sausages.
"Da Coach" Teaming With Vienna Beef To Sell Ditka SausagesMike Ditka and Vienna Beef; it could be a sausage marriage made in Chicago heaven.
Best Stadium Food In ChicagoHead out to the game and enjoy some food while you're at it.
5 Best Hot Dogs: I'm Right (And You're Wrong)Here are five of the best hot dog joints in the Chicago-land area. Don't see your favorite on here? Then why dontchya whine about it!
Vienna Beef: Group Linking Hot Dogs, Cancer Has Anti-Meat AgendaCigarettes aren’t the only cancer stick in town, according to a new report. But a leading hot dog maker disagrees with the conclusion.
Vienna Has Beef With Hot Dog Company Founder's GrandsonVienna Beef, the Chicago hot dog maker that has been around for more than a century, has a beef with a grandson of one of the company's founders.
Vienna Beef Returns To Wrigley FieldVienna Beef is the top dog at Wrigley Field once again, replacing Sara Lee Ballpark Franks.
Chicago Tailgating EssentialsWinter in Chicago means that Chicagoans start opting for a seat on the couch instead of a bar stool. But for a devoted few, quite the opposite is true – while others are shopping for the best fuzzy slippers from under a pile of blankets, Chicago tailgaters choose to party it up outside, keeping warm through BBQ, bravery, and beer.