Your Guide to Local Restaurants, stands and food Services

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California Hot Dogs
Chronis - 5825 Whittier Blvd., Los Angeles (323) 728-7806
Cupid's - 9039 Lindley Ave., Northridge, (818) 898-4950; 20030
Fab Hot Dogs - 19417 Victory Blvd., Reseda; (818) 344-4336
Farmer John Dodger Dog - sold at Dodger Stadium
Earlez Grille - 3630 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles; (323) 295-8886
Golden State Cafe - 426 N. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles; (323) 782-8331.
Hot Dog On A Stick
Jeff's Gourmet Sausages
Larry's Chili Dog
Let's Be Frank -
Oki Dog - West Hollywood
Pink's Hot Dogs
- 709 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90039 (323) 931-7594
The Hat
Tommy's - 2575 W. Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles; (213) 389-9060
Vicious Dogs - 5231 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood; (818) 985-3647

Street vendors in Los Angeles - "Downtown Dog" or "Danger Dog"
In Los Angeles, Pink's Hot Dogs promotes its celebrity customers and its chili dogs, the latter of which come in a wide number of varieties. A local chain, Tommy's,also has chili dogs featuring a premium natural casing hot dog alongside its much better-known chili hamburgers, and another local chain The Hat, which specializes in pastrami, has them also.

Other notable Los Angeles chains that specialize in hot dogs include Hot Dog On A Stick, which serves a preparation similar to a corn dog, and Wienerschnitzel, a chain that bills itself as "The World's Largest Hot Dog Chain." The Farmer John Dodger Dog is sold at Dodger Stadium. Street vendors in Los Angeles also serve the "Downtown Dog" or "Danger Dog" a Mexican-style bacon-wrapped hot dog with grilled onions, jalapeños, bell peppers, mustard, ketchup and salsa as condiments.

Oki Dog, in West Hollywood, or Oki's Dog, on Pico serves the Original Oki Dog—two hot dogs on a flour tortilla, covered with chili and pastrami and wrapped up like a burrito. This is a variation on a hot dog served on the Japanese island of Okinawa, which is where it takes its name.

Also common in Los Angeles and San Francisco are bacon-wrapped hot dogs, often served with toppings such as fried peppers and onions, mayonnaise, etc. These are typically sold by street vendors who grill the hot dogs on small push-carts. The legality of such operations may be questionable in some instances. Locals sometimes refer to these treats as "danger dogs" or "heart attack dogs". wikipeda