LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Pink’s Hot Dogs in Hollywood is known for several things.
For starters, long lines and great chili dogs.READ MORE: Police Identify Homeless Man Arrested In Palisades Fire
To celebrate its 75th anniversary at La Brea and Melrose, the famous hot dog stand is going to offer 75-cent hot dogs for 75 minutes for seven days, starting Friday.
Great! Longer lines! The promotion starts each night at 7 p.m.
City Council members Tom LaBonge, Mitch O’Farrell and Paul Koretz will join retiring county Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky to greet diners during Friday night’s promotion kickoff.READ MORE: Sole Folks: One-Of-A-Kind Leimert Park Cooperative Provides Home, Platform For Talented Black Artists
Celebrity appearances are also planned; after all, the eatery is also known for naming its condiment-laced dogs after celebrity clientele. (You’ve never had the Al Roker!? The Martha Stewart or the Ryan Lochte?)
If you’re lucky enough to get the low-priced chili dogs, there is also a limit of seven dogs per order.
Proceeds from the chili dog sales will be donated to a different charity each day.MORE NEWS: LAPD Investigating Sexual Abuse Allegations Against Rapper T.I., Wife
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