Pink's Is Selling Chili Dogs For 75 Cents On 75th Anniversary
Pink's, the Hollywood hot dog spot famous for its dogs and its long lines, is celebrating its 75th anniversary by giving away chili dogs for only 75 cents. From November 7 to 13 at 7 p.m. (and for following 75 minutes), you can get an all-beef dog covered in chili, mustard and onions for under a buck, L.A. Times reports. There is a limit of seven dogs per order. Each night, Pink's will be donating the proceeds to a different charity.
Pink's was started in 1939 by Paul and Betty Pink as a pushcart. The stand at LaBrea and Melrose is currently run by the Pinks' children: Gloria and Richard Pink, and Richard's wife, Beverly.
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