Get one simple with ketchup and mustard or get a little fancier with avocado and bacon, however you like them, we can all agree that hot dogs are one of life’s simple pleasures. Las Vegas offers varieties from Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles and even some of their own unique creations. Here are the best spots or hot dogs in Vegas:

Beer Park
You can’t have a beer without a hot dog and Beer Park serves up tasty versions of both. Try the signature Bavarian-style sausages or the Mexican-Style dog wrapped in bacon with jalapeño, onion and mayo. The Shock Top bratwurst, is a must for beer lovers with Shock Top caramelized onions, sauerkraut and spicy grain mustard.

Dirt Dog
Sometimes the best spot to grab a hot dog is at a hot dog stand. The famous California hot dog stand at Bally’s Grand Bazaar Shops serves premium all-beef hot dogs with a ton of toppings. Enjoy The House Dog with onions and bell peppers, Thousand Island sauce and green chili spread and topped with ketchup, mustard, mayo and bacon bits. Or the Green Dog with options, peppers cooked in chimichurri sauce with guacamole spread and topped with cilantro, bacon bits and a slice of lime.

Haute Doggery
For a fancier hot dog head to Haute Doggery at The LINQ Promenade. Enjoy everything from your classic dog to a gourmet dog like the Gold Standard with smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, tomato confit, baby arugula and garlic-chive aioli.

Gordon Ramsay Burger
It may have “burger” in its name, but Gordon Ramsay Burger serves up hot dogs including the Straight Up Dawg with yellow mustard, ketchup, pickle and white onion or the Hog Dawg with bacon, cheese sauce, barbecued pulled pork, cabbage slaw, pickles and crispy onion strings.

Barbary Dogs at EatWell
The eat well restaurant at The Cromwell offers the cheapest dogs on our list. The signature chili cheese Barbary dogs topped with shredded cheddar and smoked chili are just $5 for three and a 16-ounce drink.

Shake Shack
Shake Shack got its start as a hot dog cart and now serves 100% all-natural Vienna beef hot dogs on a Martin’s potato roll. The Shak-cago Dog features relish, onion, cucumber, pickle, tomato, sport pepper, celery salt and mustard.

Dog Haus
For some unique hot dogs check out the Dog Haus. The restaurant serves up seven all beef skinless dogs on grilled Hawaiian rolls including the Soo Cali with arugula, tomato, crispy onion, spicy basil aloe and avocado. The Downtown Dog includes a smoked bacon-wrapped dog topped with caramelized onions, pickled red peppers, mayo, mustard and ketchup.