You can argue over LA's best hot dog, but Pink's is certainly the city's most famous. The stand, open since 1939, most notably serves up hot dogs named after local legends and Hollywood heroes, from the Huell Howser Dog to The Brando Dog. But it made its name with a chili dog, a simple dog smothered in chili, onions, cheese and mustard. Prepare for a long line stocked with tourists by day and clubgoers at night.
|Venue name:||Pink's Hot Dogs||Contact:|
709 N La Brea Ave
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 9:30am-2am; Fri, Sat 9:30am-3am|
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Whenever I'm up to L.A. from San Diego I like to drop in to Pinks's and have a "chili dog" and whatever is going on in my life visiting L.A. automatically gets real BETTER because of Pink's and all the awesome Los Angelinos who eat there!!!! Love Dennis Dooley from San Diego
Pink’s Hot Dogs is a blast. In the 4 days I spent in Los Angeles, it was the only thing I deemed worthy of doing twice. The line is a little rough, but don’t be turned off. The crowd is a fun sampling of locals and tourists alike. My first trip here came after a long day of touristy sightseeing and revived my enthusiasm for the city with a taste of LA’s more down to earth, funky, not to mention, delicious, side. There is seating available out back. Get the Millenium Dog with bacon. And then get it again. And again.