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The South Philly Hot Dog

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    NEWSLETTERS

    NBCPhiladelphia.com

    Hot Dog! After almost 6,500 votes, the Phillies’ signature hot dog is the South Philly Hot Dog -- an all-beef wiener topped with spicy roasted red peppers, sharp provolone and broccoli rabe.

    “The fans have spoken, and it is a fitting choice that Citizens Bank Park’s Signature Hot Dog is a representation of baseball’s favorite gameday food and the unique flavors from the ballpark’s neighborhood,” said ARAMARK General Manager at Citizens Bank Park Chrissy Flanigan in a statement.

    Fans entered their vote online at Phillies.com and at the ballpark during exhibition games. Voting closed on Sunday.

    Leave It to an Investigative Report to Get the Hot Dog Scoop

    [PHI] Leave It to an Investigative Report to Get the Hot Dog Scoop
    NBC10 Investigative reporter Harry Hairston got to the bottom of the new Phillies hot dogs and some of the other fun that can be had by fans attending the Phillies final preseason warm-ups this weekend.

    Second place went to the Summer Hot Dog -- an all-beef dog, topped with cucumbers, pickled onion salsa and rancho pepper sauce on a pretzel roll and third to the Olde Philadelphia Dog topped with Amish pepper hash, dill pickle and yellow mustard on a poppy seed roll.

    You can try the South Philly Dog for $5.75 beginning April 12, Opening Day, and continue to enjoy it through the 2010 season.