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The Fratellos restaurants were started back in 1978 by the Carvelli brothers. Fratellos actually means ‘brothers’ in Italian. After running the Rolling Meadows location for 20 years, Lou Carvelli, who had a solo act at that time, elected to concentrate… Read More ›
Tis’ the season for holiday parties, family, football, and food. Whatever you are celebrating, Vienna Beef Cocktail Franks are the perfect addition to any spread and are a guaranteed crowd pleaser. The best part is, Vienna Beef’s online store has… Read More ›
Michael’s Beef House in Oak Park has a storied history involving several operators building and rebuilding it into a jewel of the community. Originally, Michael Sicurella honed his building and operating skills by starting up, briefly running, and selling the… Read More ›
Dan’s Hot Dogs is a traditional neighborhood stand that thrives on good food. Tom Theodorou and his valued staff, including Danila Suarez, have been making friends and feeding customers for generations. Since opening their business in 1986, they have accumulated… Read More ›
The Vienna Beef Hot Dog Hall of Fame was created to honor hot dog operations that have achieved longevity and have developed into area landmarks. Out of thousands of Vienna Beef customers, we have recognized only 123 nationwide since the… Read More ›
In 2006, Vienna Beef created an award to honor those unique hot dog operations that have achieved longevity and developed into neighborhood landmarks. The newest inductee is Dazzo’s Dog House, in Glendale, Arizona. Dazzo’s started carrying Vienna products in 1979… Read More ›
Since its inception at the Columbian Exposition/World’s Fair in 1893, Vienna Beef has always had a factory store and sandwich shop on the grounds of its manufacturing facility. The original factory opened a store on Halsted and Maxwell Street, in… Read More ›
In 2006, Vienna Beef created an award to honor those unique hot dog operations that have achieved longevity and developed into neighborhood landmarks. The newest inductee is Margo’s Vienna Station, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Margo’s started carrying Vienna products in… Read More ›
In the 1970s, someone at Vienna Beef came up with a one-of-a-kind idea to promote the company’s sausages: electroplate them in 24-karat gold, and turn the results into keychains to hand out to customers. Click here to read the full… Read More ›
The Vienna® Beef Hot Dog Hall of Fame was created to honor hot dog operations that have achieved longevity and have developed into true neighborhood landmark, one of which Vienna® is proud to highlight today. Out of thousands of Vienna®… Read More ›
The grand opening of the Vienna Beef Hot Dog Museum is part of Vienna Beef’s 125th Anniversary celebration. The History Museum will allow visitors to experience the evolution of the classic Chicago-style hot dog with old photos, advertisements, hot dog… Read More ›
— Chicago hot dog and sausage icon Vienna Beef celebrates its 125th anniversary this year, and as part of the festivities it unveils a history museum today at its flagship factory store and cafe at 2501 N. Damen Avenue in Bucktown. Click… Read More ›
We have not yet reached the dog days of summer, but Chicago is already celebrating its most famous dog, with the opening of the Vienna Beef History Museum. Click here to read the full article.
CHICAGO (CBS) — Vienna Beef is celebrating its 125th anniversary with the grand opening of a new hot dog museum at its headquarters in Bucktown. Click here to watch the video.