Maxwell Street Polish Dog at Chicago Hot Dogs

You will feel transported to the Windy City at this unassuming little hut, established in 1974. All their hot dogs are made with Vienna beef. This Polish dog is split, grilled and served Chicago-style and in a poppy-seed bun with grilled onions, spicy sport peppers, celery salt and mustard. $6, 1078 N. Rancho Drive, 647-3647.

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Ron Lutz

Ron Lutz

Ron Lutz is exactly what would imagine your local butcher to look like: short, stocky build; thick hands toughened by years of cutting meat; and a mustache that perfectly embodies his East Coast upbringing. A second-generation butcher, Lutz moved to Las Vegas with his family in 1985 from Pittsburgh right before his senior year of high school. After finishing his education at the Southern Nevada Vocational Center, Lutz followed in his father’s footsteps and began a two-year apprenticeship at two supermarkets, J&J and Lucky (now Albertsons).