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Consider the Pink's dog, uncouth and garlicky, skin thick and taut, so that when you sink your teeth into it, the sausage . . . pops . . . into a mouthful of juice. The bun is soft enough to achieve a oneness with the thick chili that is ladled over the dog, but firm enough to resist dissolving altogether, unless you order it with sauerkraut. And why wouldn't you? Avoid the fries.
If you, like the rest of Silver Lake, is heading to Coachella this weekend or next, then you no doubt already have most of your itinerary planned out: How you'll get there, where you'll stay, and -- w... More »
Go ahead and take off your food-snob shoulder chip for a few minutes and bask in the glorious silliness that is Pink's Famous Hot Dogs. Are these the best hot dogs in the world? No. They're not even the best in L.A., or in Hollywood. But they are... More »
Until we read Laura Miller's April 11th New Yorker piece on fantasy, horror and sci-fi writer George RR Martin, we didn't know much about HBO's new Game of Thrones, except that it's an American medi... More »
I've been eating at Pink's since I was big enough to eat hot dogs. My grandfather Johnny was once Top Chef at Pink's so my family history is there. My grandmother still has the hookup! There's never a day I've driven past Pinks and didn't see a line around the corner even at 1am! The hot dogs are famous and fabulous and you won't forget your experience there. Bring a wallet and a camera...you're bound to see a famous person or two!
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