L.A. Hot Dog Landmark Pink’s Has Temporarily Closed Due to the Pandemic

After an employee contracted COVID-19, owners decided to shut down until the surge subsides
Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • January 4, 2021
The historic Pink’s Hot Dogs in Hollywood is taking a hiatus after an employee tested positive for COVID-19. The restaurant’s owners say they’re making the decision out of an abundance of caution for the safety of staff and customers and plan to...
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