Paul and Betty Pink started Pink's as a pushcart near the corner of La Brea and Melrose in 1939. Despite the lack of parking in the vicinity, you will discover a long line of consumers in front of today's building in the Fairfax district. Some consider the long lines at Pink's to be part of the draw, especially on Friday and Saturday nights when the stand fills up with club and concert-goers. Several contemporary menu items at Pink's have been named after Hollywood personalities. The celebrity-named hot dogs are frequently variations that the person in question ordered! Morgan captures all the charm of Pink's in this nostalgic painting. In the early morning light, it seems as the building itself has a personality all of its own.
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