Pink's Hot Dogs

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Details
709 N LA Brea Ave (at Melrose Ave)
Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 931-4223
Hot Dogs
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 9:30 AM–2:00 AM Fri–Sat: 9:30 AM–3:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Wait in a ridiculously long line for a hot dog
  • The wait is worth it. Don't get deterred by the line
  • You've probably waited in line outside Pink's hundreds of times at this point, mostly around 2:13 a.m. Here are 10 mind-blowing things you didn't know about Pink's.
  • We like the two G's: the Guadalajara Dog, made with relish, onions & tomatoes, and topped with sour cream, and the Guac Dog. DEEEE-lish.
  • Crazy Hot dog ..
  • It's a long wait, but you're not alone. #DontBlowIt by pulling out a lawn chair, unless you have more to go around.
  • Hollywood nostalgia in a stand. Look around and soak up the color. You're at an LA legend!
  • Best hot dogs ever!
  • Cash only, and FYI the line is not so long late night if you are looking for some post bar eats!
  • You fancy huh?
  • A definite must try when you're in LA!
  • Cash only!!!!
  • The original location, and the best...the others canNOT compare! <3 from San Diego!
  • Check out the wall of signed celebrity head shots. Anyone who is anyone in LA has been here!
  • Theyre an institution! We like the Guadalajara Dog, made with relish, onions & tomatoes, and topped with sour cream.
  • The whole menu. This is a once a year treat. Might as well do it up right. Native New Yorkers will have the Carl Reiner - mustard and sauerkraut. It goes well with the Emeril Dog.
  • 73 years! - John, QA Tester
  • Mornings are a good time to beat the line - between 10 & 11 am. Chili cheese dog with everything is a must, don't be afraid to try some of the fancier dogs & sausages too! And chili cheese fries!!!!
  • The line always seems to move faster when the women are working. The guys move kinda slow.
  • Known for its unusual and eclectic menu of hot dogs, Pink's offers such items as the bacon burrito dog, the pastrami Reuben dog and the Baja vegan dog. Keep an eye out for the Martha Stewart Dog.