Northerners may argue and hanker for hot dogs like back home, but in these parts locals have been devouring Bill's hot dogs since 1928. Here are the facts: They serve the bright red version—they snap when you bite into them—on a steamed bun after they've been simmered in grease and topped with their house secret sauce, a special spicy yellowish white-bean chili that you can only find here. Onions and mustard are standard, or you can go without. It's stand-up only, so order quickly from the nice ladies and take your hot dogs (and get out of the way—don't you see that line forming out the door?) for a short stroll and eat by the riverfront. And bring cash, credit cards are not accepted.