The Mile High Vienna Story
Mile High Vienna Stand is the realization of a dream come true for Owner Sonny Jarock. While spending summers with his father in Elmwood Park Illinois, he would never miss the chance to visit his hometown hot dog stand on the way to a ball game. The smell of the Chicago Dog stuck with Sonny for years and he always dreamed of bringing it to Denver.
In 2008, With the recession just beginning to take effect, Sonny and his childhood friend Jeremy Williamson challenged conventional thought and opened Mile High Vienna Stand.
What was once an abandoned building is now a bustling hotspot for Lunch and Dinner in the Baker neighborhood. Easy to get in and out of, MHVS Santa Fe has plenty of room for parking in our two lots as well as parking on the street. Our friendly staff is always willing to help you with your order and teach you about Chicago Style food.
The second location in Lower Downtown Denver opened in 2010 and has quickly become the place to meet before a Rockies game. Equally popular is the late night window open till 3 AM on the weekends. Our huge patio in direct view of the first base entrance is the ideal place to grab a bite.
In 2011 and 2012, the Mile High Vienna Stand Chicago Dog was awarded Denver's best Dog in Westwards Best of Denver Issue. Stop in any day of the week between 3 and 5 and get a Chicago Dog and Fries for just $3.00.