|Pink’s hot dogs at Knott’s Berry Farm. Photo: Pink’s Hollywood
|SANDUSKY, Ohio, Feb. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Labeled as the “Hot Dog To The Stars,” Pink’s, a Hollywood legend for more than 71 years, will serve its special brand of hot dogs and chili dogs this summer at Cedar Point amusement park/resort in Sandusky, Ohio.
This will be the first Pink’s franchise east of Las Vegas. Last summer, Knott’s Berry Farm, Buena Park, Calif., was the first Cedar Fair Entertainment Company park to operate a Pink’s on its property.
World renown for its premium gourmet hot dogs, chili dogs, onion rings and fresh toppings, Pink’s has an impressive Who’s Who list of famous Hollywood stars and dignitaries who have frequented the original Pink’s in Hollywood. Among its customers are Betty White, Ryan Seacrest, Adam Sandler, Bill Cosby, Martha Stewart, Jay Leno and Bobby Flay.
In 2010, the Obama girls: First Lady Michelle Obama, daughters Malia and Sasha, Mrs. Obama’s mother, Marian Robinson, and an entourage of 14 other people stopped in for lunch.
It has also been featured on The View, The Martha Stewart Show, The Throw Down with Bobby Flay, The Travel Channel, the Food Network and the Discovery Channel.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to introduce Pink’s to a new area of the country,” said Richard Pink, son of Paul and Betty Pink, who first opened Pink’s in 1939. “Our premium hot dogs and chili dogs prepared with fresh toppings will become an instant favorite of park guests.”
In addition to its world-famous hot dogs, chili dogs and onion rings, Pink’s at Cedar Point will also serve mild or spicy Polish dogs, Brooklyn Pastrami swiss cheese dogs, Coleslaw dogs, plus hamburgers, cheeseburgers and French fries.
“Pink’s will be a very popular addition to the food offerings at Cedar Point,” said Gary Gochenour, Cedar Point’s Director of Food Services. “Its gourmet hot dogs, chili dogs and onion rings made fresh will have a huge appeal to all of our guests.”
Pink’s at Cedar Point will be located just off the main midway right next to Toft’s Ice Cream Parlor. Guests will order inside and be able to watch as their food is prepared in front of them just the way they want it. Seating will be available inside or on the outdoor patio.
The original Pink’s, opened 71 years ago at the corner of North La Brea and Melrose avenues in Los Angeles, was no more than a pushcart with a very long extension cord that was plugged into a hardware store a block away. In 1946, the operation expanded into its current building at the same location.
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