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Diners craving Pink’s Hot Dogs won’t have to wait much longer. The venerable stand is planning to reopen on Monday, March 1, after temporarily closing in January during a surge in the pandemic.
“We want customers to know that they can come back to Pink’s,” owner Richard Pink said. “It’s time for them to come back and enjoy 40 different types of hot dogs and 20 varieties of hamburgers, dining al fresco and the Hollywood experience that is Pink’s.”
Pink said the health and safety of customers and staff is paramount and was the reason behind the temporary closure. Since the county allowed outdoor dining to reopen in February, Pink said it is time for the stand to resume operations – with safety protocols in place.
Customers will be able to dine at tables spaced 8 feet apart on the patio. Guests must wear masks, and a door monitor and line ambassador will ensure physical distancing. Other safety measures include frequent sanitization of all surfaces.
“We will continue to be as careful as we ever were to make sure that customers and staff are safe,” Pink added. “I feel now that outdoor dining has been allowed to reopen, it is time for Pink’s to reopen.”
A new banner will welcome customers back and they can still experience the fun of visiting Pink’s Hot Dogs, which includes posing for pictures and viewing hundreds of autographed celebrity photographs. Pink hopes residents and visitors alike will return to the famous stand, which is celebrating 81 years in business.
“We are the little hot dog stand that could,” he added. “The Pink family loves Los Angeles and we welcome everyone back. Pink’s is just how you remember it.”
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