This hot dog haven opened near U.S. Cellular Field in 2005, the same year that the White Sox won the World Series. Needless to say, the owners understand the importance of catering to the baseball crowd. The mostly counter-service spot is usually closed on Sundays--except on game days, when hungry fans can score Venna beef hot dogs, rolled up in wax paper with French fries, for about $3 each. The menu isn’t long, but you also can count on polish sausages and fried shrimp. The only variation: During the summer, there's Italian ice.