Burger King is offering hot dogs at its more than 7,000 domestic locations, starting at select locations this week with nationwide rollout Feb. 23, the Miami-based company said. The all-beef Grilled Dogs are being made on the same flame grills as the quick-service chain’s signature hamburgers and will be available in two varieties: The Classic Grilled Dog, topped with ketchup, mustard, chopped onions and relish in a bun; and The Chili Cheese Grilled Dog, topped with chili and shredded ...

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