pink's hot dogs

pink's hot dogs

it isn't the BEST dog in LA (hotdogspot only gave it one-and-a-half dogs), but you gotta give pink's credit for some crazy branding and buzz - i mean people will wait 45 minutes in line at 2 am!!! (yeah, i am one of them)

  • **Note: Even if you don't visit the restaurant, check out their online menu for ideas to use at your own BBQ this summer! If you're a Chicagoan like myself who gets a late night wiener craving from time to time, you might want ... **Note: Even if you don't visit the restaurant, check out their online menu for ideas to use at your own BBQ this summer! If you're a Chicagoan like myself who gets a late night wiener craving from time to time, you might want to make a booty cuisine call to Rockstar Dogs. Wear your sassy heels cuz they have a stripper pole. I am tempted to say so many naughty things in this review I almost have to sit on my hands. With menu items like the extra-long wiener titled "The Tommy Lee" you can imagine how hard it is for me to refrain. (tossed in a pun right there in case ya missed it. No, not wiener. Keep going. That's right.... a little more.... ahhhh. There it is. "Hard.") So instead of my smut, let me tell you what Jenny Berg of BizBash had to say about this place: _________________ Dion Antic, owner of nightspots including Iggy's 3, opened Rockstar Dogs in March. Located in Ukrainian Village, the cheeky hot-dog stand (complete with an in-store stripper pole) offers a menu that pays tribute to musicians. New this summer, Rockstar Dogs offers catering for events and meetings for as many as 1,000 guests. Selections include the Latin-style Los Lobos dog, which is wrapped with bacon and topped with sliced jalapeños; there's also the charbroiled, cheesy J. Timberlake dog and the onion- and Düsseldorf-mustard-smothered White Stripe brat. The hot dogs come with Miss Vicki's potato chips, and are delivered in an earth-friendly, electric pick-up truck. —Jenny Berg ________________ Ok I have to go find some holy water and wash my filthy typing fingers off. 801 N Ashland Ave (between Chicago Ave & Fry St) Chicago, IL 60622 (312) 421-2364 Hours: Tue-Wed 11:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. Thu 11:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m. Fri-Sat 11:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m. Sun 11:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.

  • I am not a huge hot dog fan, but I AM a fan of huge hot dogs (don't read into that). Portillo's has come to the southern California area, but if you're not anywhere near Anaheim or Chicago, you can order a kit directly from Portil... I am not a huge hot dog fan, but I AM a fan of huge hot dogs (don't read into that). Portillo's has come to the southern California area, but if you're not anywhere near Anaheim or Chicago, you can order a kit directly from Portillo's for an official Chicago Dog - hot dog, steamed bun, pickled spears, sport peppers, tomatoes, and onions.

  • La establishment. LA hotspot. LA icon. Try it and you'll love it.