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Nothing New on LA Hot Dog Scene?

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No, new hot dog places opening up?

Last two new hot dog place mentioned on CH, was P Dogs & Dog House. But nothing new about them.

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P Dogs
13610 Garfield Ave, South Gate, CA 90280

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  1. I believe Dog House closed this past year. There's a thread somewhere here about his current whereabouts.

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    The Dog House
    2238 Foothill Blvd, La Canada Flintridge, CA 91011

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    1. re: Briggs

      The Dog House, I mentioned is in Baldwin Park.

    2. Have you checked out the Dogzilla truck? The fact that I can't just run out and grab one whenever I want is, I'm sure, partly responsible for my current obsession with the Yakisoba dog.

      http://www.facebook.com/dogzillahotdogs

      1. I'm nuts for the Greasy Wiener truck. Look for it.

        1. There's a place called Dog Haus in Pasadena that just opened this week. It's on Hill, n. of Colorado. There was a "coming soon" sign up for a long, long time several months ago, but then nothing. I figured it had fallen through, but then suddenly it was open. Haven't been in yet, though.

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          1. re: Jack Flash

            Never mind, the other hot dog place in Pasadena, near King Taco Is Big City Hot Dogs.

            I called both Big City Hot Dogs and Dog Haus, but, it looks like both are closed in Sundays.

            1. re: reality check

              No, that's another place, Big City Hot Dogs, that opened in June:

              http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/736549

              1. re: Peripatetic

                This is the address for Dog House in Baldwin Park:

                14510 Towne Center Dr
                Baldwin Park
                626-939-8999

                1. re: reality check

                  It's not a true hot dog place, but I did try a "Chili Dingo" at Tub's Chili on Overland in Culver City last week. It's an interesting concoction of a steamed Sabrett weiner (that's been scored) over a small rectangular block of cornbread with their chili, onions and cheddar cheese on top. I prefer a grilled dog, but it's not bad for under 4 bucks. I've only eaten there twice so perhaps the bun is really some of their cornbread "hushpuppy tails" not yet broken apart. Their menu says it's a Sabrett weiner, but I've never actually had a Sabrett so I'm assuming it is one.