Tasting Notes: The last day in the life of L.A. legend Art's Famous Chili Dogs

Is four hours too long to wait for a chili dog? Not when it's Art's Famous Chili Dogs in South L.A.
Patricia Escárcega • Los Angeles Times • March 14, 2020
I stood in line for four hours to eat a chili dog last weekend. You’re probably wondering whether it was wrapped in gold leaf or covered in rare-breed truffles or otherwise so extraordinary that I had to devote a whole afternoon to getting it. In...
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