Chicago, Illinois: Superdawg Drive-InThe only drive-in restaurant in Chicago, and the first one in the world topped by two half-human weenies. Lots of neon at night, too.
- 6363 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL
- Northern edge of the city and southern edge of Niles. Intersection of Milwaukee and Devon Aves, southeast corner.
- Su-Th 11 am - 1 am; F-Sa 11 am - 2 am (Call to verify)
Visitor Tips and News About Superdawg Drive-In
Don't miss a night viewing of Superdawg.[Bev S., 04/07/2012]
Nothing more exhilarating than wieners come to life and spotlighted against the stars!
Chicago's Superdawg has now opened a second drive-in at 333 S. Milwaukee Avenue, Wheeling, IL 60090.[The Searcher, 02/27/2010]
Superdawg Drive-In, Inc. is the only drive-in restaurant in Chicago, internationally known for delicious food and iconic roadside architecture. My grandparents, Maurie and Flaurie Berman, built Superdawg in 1948 at 6363 N. Milwaukee Ave., on the Northwest side of Chicago, just a few miles from the origin of Route 66.
Today, we are still thrilling customers with the same friendly, family service at our original location. Our unique building design and two 12 foot paper mache/fiberglass hot dog character statues (Maurie and Flaurie) have been standing on our roof since 1948.[Laura Berman, 05/11/2009]
The Superdawg and his lady friend, named Maurie and Flaurie. They have the same features on both sides of the figures! They look good, and the food is good, too![Phil Pasquini, 04/10/2009]
Perhaps Chicago's most famous drive-in restaurant, Superdawg features car service, a small enclosed dining area, and two giant weenies on its roof. Food comes individually served in retro-style cardboard boxes.[Matt B, 08/28/2008]