Critic’s Notebook: Angel Dog vs. Dodger Dog, who does it better?

Restaurant critic Brad A. Johnson goes to both ballparks to find the answer. Can you guess which team’s concession makes the best hot dog?
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • July 24, 2019
Angels versus Dodgers: Who makes the better hot dog? That’s a loaded question. Plain Angel Dog at Angels Stadium (Photo by Brad A. Johnson, Orange County Register/SCNG) Neither is great. Let’s be clear about that. Ballpark hot dogs don’t aspire to...
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