Have you ever had a hot dog that exudes simple elegance? Maybe you think such a thing sounds oxymoronic, but Cafe Racer proves it can and even should be done. The Colombian Street Dogs at this pint-sized Seward spot aren’t the cheese-soaked, chili-blasted meat tubes so ubiquitous elsewhere. Instead, you’re presented with a beef or soy dog nestled in a spongy bun, then topped with pico verde, crispy crumbled chips, and an ever-so-slightly spicy drizzle of sriracha and cilantro aioli. Pickled peppers provide a pleasant pop of sweetness and color; a dusting of queso blanco lends a lovely bit of tang. They’re pretty as a picture and light enough to have for lunch without feeling nap-ready moments after—and just five bucks, so you might as well add a side of yucca cheese curds.