Wienerschnitzel is celebrating its 55th birthday with 55 cent hot dogs all day on Monday, July 11th. The 55 cent throwback price is for the chain’s original Chili Dog, Mustard Dog, or Kraut Dog, at participating locations only.
The 55 cent hot dog deal does not include Wienerschnitzel’s 100% All Beef or Polish Sausage. Cheese and tax are extra.
See more cheap eats deals on the NYCOTC Cheap Eats page.
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- McDonalds FREE fries on Fridays
- Dairy Queen $5 lunch deal for burger, fries, soda, sundae
You can order up to ten Wienerschnitzel dogs at just 55 cents, on July 11 only. So, be really hungry, or be ordering for a group.
Locations are in the West, including California, Colorado and Utah; in the Midwest, in Illinois; and in the South, including Texas and Louisiana. There are no Wienerschnitzel locations in New York City or the Tri-State area – yet.
It started in 1961 with a single hot dog stand in Wilmington, California. Today, Wienerschnitzel is the world’s largest hot dog franchise. Based in Irvine, California, the parent company, Galardi Group, named for founder John Galardi, franchises restaurants including Wienerschnitzel, Hamburger Stand, and Tastee Freez.