Invite a friend!

Pink's

Address
709 N La Brea Ave Los Angeles CA 90038
Phone
(323) 931-4223
pinkshollywood.com
Is this your business?
Claim it now!
Something wrong?
Submit a correction
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(259)
Leave a review with:
  1. 1 Star
  2. 2 Stars
  3. 3 Stars
  4. 4 Stars
  5. 5 Stars
Is this your business? Claim it now!
Get Directions

Share on
Share

Contact Us

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
9:30am-2:00am
Monday
9:30am-2:00am
Tuesday
9:30am-2:00am
Wednesday
9:30am-2:00am
Thursday
9:30am-2:00am
Friday
9:30am-3:00am
Saturday
9:30am-3:00am

Additional Info

Payment Methods

  • Cash

YellowBot Recommends

Gordon Biersch

  • 145 S San Fernando Blvd Burbank, CA 91502
  • (818) 569-5240

View Profile

SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills

View media of SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills
  • 465 South La Cienega Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90048
  • (310) 247-0400

The Luxury Collection

View Profile

Firestone Animal Hospital

View media of Firestone Animal Hospital
  • 7539 Firestone Blvd Downey, CA 90241
  • (562) 928-1341

Caring hands, compassionate hearts...

View Profile

Flour + Tea

View media of Flour + Tea
  • 238 S Arroyo Pkwy, Suite 110 Pasadena, CA 91105
  • (626) 698-1058

View Profile

Knight Restaurant

View media of Knight Restaurant
  • 138 N San Fernando Blvd Burbank, CA 91502
  • (818) 845-4516

About Knight Restaurant

View Profile

Submit a correction

Know more about this business than we do? Cool! Please submit any corrections or missing details you may have.

Help us make it right

What the community has to say about Pink's

Information about this business (8)

Pink Paul is located at the address 711 N La Brea Ave in Los Angeles, California 90038. They can be contacted via phone at (323) 931-4223 for pricing, hours and directions.

Pink Paul has an annual sales volume of 501K - 999,999. . For more information contact Betty Pink, Owner

For maps and directions to Pink Paul view the map to the right. For reviews of Pink Paul see below.

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...

Signature chili cheese dog is worth the wait at this famed L.A. hot dog stand.

Add Photo or Video
User Photos & Videos

Be the first YellowBot user to add photos or videos of Pink's

Reviews of this business (325) view all

Share a review

Overall review sentiment

Score
70%

Top 3 sentiment words

place
Count
10
Score
100%
food
Count
7
Score
100%
dog
Count
5
Score
80%

Overall review sentiment

Score
70%

Rating distribution

5 stars
102
4 stars
67
3 stars
47
2 stars
26
1 star
17
No rating
72
See more reputation details

YellowBot member reviews (4) view all

YellowBot User
Reviewed Business
Pink's
Reviewer Name
andee
Review Date
April 30, 2012
Average Rating
3

Long Lines But Surprisingly Good Food!

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!

Is this review... ?
YellowBot User
Reviewed Business
Pink's
Reviewer Name
Shimon
Review Date
January 01, 2009
Average Rating
5

best dogs on the planet

best ever --- cant live without them

Is this review... ?
YellowBot User
Reviewed Business
Pink's
Reviewer Name
Erron Silverstein
Review Date
July 18, 2007
Reviewer Location
West Hollywood, CA
Average Rating
4

Great, But Long Lines

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.

My Tags
burgers,
hot dogs,
tourist spot
Is this review... ?
YellowBot User
Reviewed Business
Pink's
Reviewer Name
mvmontgomery
Review Date
July 01, 2007
Reviewer Location
West Hollywood, CA
Average Rating
3

not all that

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.

My Tags
hot dogs,
tourists
Is this review... ?

Editorial reviews from the web (6) view all

Los Angeles Times

Also for the adventurous: try the giant 12-inch jalapeño dog, the Brooklyn pastrami Swiss cheese dog or the pastrami burrito do

LA.com

Why is it that in health- and image-conscious LA, our favorite restaurants are divey little stands that serve greasy food usual

Other reviews from the web (321) view all

Touristy Eats

The NY dog was slighty reminiscent of the .80 hotdog I used to snack on as a kid in Manhattan. But not so much really. Its just steamed dogs and a lot of toppings. The Bklyn dog with pastrami would be laughed out of Katz's but again.......for L. A. it'll fly.

Average Rating
20

We were recently guests at the Harrah's Southern California Resort and ate at Pink's on Oct. 9th. We stood in line for over 5 minutes without so much as a hello from the 3 staff members that were standing behind the counter. FINALLY a woman came out from the back with boxes of soda for the customer in front of us. Once she was done serving them, she left again without greeting us or anything....

Business description (17) view all

Celebrating 75 years in Los Angeles this November, Pink's Hot Dogs is the most famous hot dog stand in the country and probably in the world!

Pinks Chill Dogs

Tips about this business (2)

Parking

There is a small free lot behind Pink's, but it can sometimes be difficult and time-consuming to get in and out.

The Extras

Don't eat meat? No worries: Pink's offers turkey dogs as well as vegetarian hamburger patties.

© 2007-2014 Solfo, Inc. – All rights reserved

Data by Localeze