Hot Dog Day Toronto

National Hot Dog Day brings free franks to Toronto

National Hot Dog Day in Toronto is a relatively new invention, though similar celebrations have taken place since as early as the 1970s south of the border. Our homegrown version was started by Fancy Franks, who will once again carry the torch in support of SickKids charities on July 23rd. The promotion runs at Fancy Franks College St. location between 12-7pm on the patio, where guests will be entitled to one free dog.

Piggybacking on Fancy Franks' efforts, Craft Dogs will also be giving away some free dogs next Saturday, though only for the first 50 who show up.

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