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How does a hot dog stand end up as one of America's most iconic restaurants? Don't ask me -- ask the millions of people who've stood in line there at 2AM braving all sorts of car fumes and hunger pang...view mores just for a taste. Given it opened in 1939, the celebrities who frequent Pink's have changed considerably -- from Orson Welles and Marlon Brando to Jay Leno and Martha Stewart. All the...
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Took some friends on a shopping trip and decided it was time to try Pinks since we'd heard so much about it. The line was so long we almost didn't stop but we were all happy we waited. The food is everything we heard it would be. I'm not much of a hotdog fan, but these were great. If the lines weren't so long, we' probably go more often!
best ever --- cant live without them
You don't go to Pinks to have a healthy meal; you go to have a chili cheese dog and double chili bacon cheeseburger. Pinks is definitely an LA experience--lots of hype, lines, celebs and no parking. It's always busy and the food is good, so be patient and prepared to wait or walk over and back. I recommend parking on La Brea mid-day during the week in the Fall or Spring. Forget about it during Summer--it's way too busy with tourists. The food and staff are both first class.
Yes it's a great place for the hot dogs, but it's not the only place! The wait in line can be oppressive. Lots of tourists.
Maybe it's just that I didn't grow up in LA, but I just don't get Pink's. I'm all for tradition, but Pink's just doesn't measure up to its reputation. I can only chalk up the rabid allegience that people have to Pink's to misplaced sentimentality. I canmanage the long lines no problem. It's even a little exciting to wait in anticipation. But when you get to the front of the line, it's the food...
I love this joint. I rarely eat hotdogs but when I have the urge I love going to pinks to give myself a treat. The chili cheese hotdogs are to die for and I especially love the cute "shacklike" building the restaurant is built out of. It's adorable. There can be a bit of a line at times but overall it doesn't take too long and you can get a cheap eat.
Im From New York And We Got The BEST Dogs In The World...... But This Place Is Just As Good And Trust Me It Ain't Easy To Say That .......But I Give Them...
Up front confession - this place has been on the to-do list since we started planning our US trip a year ago.
We organised a personalised Hollywood tour with this on the itinerary. Upon arrival we got a parking spot right out the front. Omen.
We joined the queue, about 10 people long, and our guide said this was the...
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Pink's Hot Dogs is a Hot Dogs, American, and Fast Food restaurant where most Menuism users came for a meal on the go, paid less than $10, and tipped between 15% to 18%.
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Paul Pink Restaurant is a Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, and Chili restaurant where most Menuism users came for fun with friends, paid between $10 and $25, and tipped less than 15%.
There is a small free lot behind Pink's, but it can sometimes be difficult and time-consuming to get in and out.
Don't eat meat? No worries: Pink's offers turkey dogs as well as vegetarian hamburger patties.
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