New service will deliver Dodger Dogs to select L.A. areas

A new Hollywood restaurant will deliver Dodger Dogs and other Dodger Stadium favorites through Postmates.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 25, 2020
For those of us who miss eating Dodger Dogs at the stadium, a new service called Home Plates, will start delivering Dodger Stadium food favorites to the Los Angeles area on Monday. The Dodgers teamed with Postmates and the Home Team Kitchens...
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