Pink's Las Vegas stands out for its amazing location – right in the center of the Strip. As you're walking down Las Vegas Boulevard, stop by the famous Las Vegas hot dog stand/restaurant, enjoy a meal on the go or just stay awhile. Pink's eating area is outdoors, offering ample shade during summer and heat lamps in winter. You'll find the Vegas hot dog spot right next to Pin-Up Pizza.
Pink's takes pride in its outstanding quality and taste. The original Pink's dates back to 1939. Paul Pink purchased a modest large-wheeled pushcart and parked it in Hollywood's La Brea Avenue. His business did fairly well, considering after effects of the Great Depression. For 10 cents, you were able to buy a large, warm bun hugging a juicy oversized hot dog topped with mustard, onions and thick, savory chili.
WHAT TO EAT THIS THIS LAS VEGAS HOT DOG RESTAURANT
At Pink's Las Vegas location, you can enjoy the signature chili dog for just $3.45. Top your dog with bacon if you're feeling extra meaty. Burgers and other favorites are also available.
In the spirit of Hollywood, Pink's Las Vegas also has popular Super Star Dogs. They include the Italian-inspired Giada De Laurentiis dog (peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushroom and mozzarella) and Martha Stewart (bacon, onions, tomatoes, relish, sauerkraut and sour cream).
The signature Planet Hollywood dog includes a polish sausage, grilled onions and mushrooms, bacon and nacho cheese. Gluttony! Wash your meal down with a refreshing soda, root beer or lemonade. Oh – and don't skip on the napkins. The generous toppings will get messy.
- Brag to your friends you ate a an L.A. hotspot, a favorite among the stars
- Perfect food stop, right in center Strip
- Try the celebrity Super Star Hot Dogs
- Open late and even later on weekends
- Be prepared to eat these puppies with a fork and a knife
"In the tradition of Pink’s in Los Angeles", this Planet Hollywood outpost of the La Brea "legend" serves "sensational chili dogs" and other "snappy" franks laden with "just about anything"; there’s only "outdoor seating on the Strip" ("great for people-watching"), late-night noshers say they’re "just the thing after a long evening at the tables."
"Try a world-famous Pink's hot dog -- enjoyed by Hollywood celebrities for decades. These gourmet hot dogs have become a favorite on the L.A. scene and can be ordered in dozens of delicious variations."