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Dog-licious
2004-04-16 12:22
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Alex Belth is talking dogs on Bronx Banter.

I do love Dodger Dogs - the only thing they lack is consistency. I like 'em really grilled - and more often than not, I grab the all-beef (nee jumbo) dog, which is more consistently good.

Outside of Chavez Ravine, my favorite hot dog spots are The Wiener Factory on Ventura near Van Nuys and Carney's, either near Ventura and Coldwater or Sunset and Crescent Heights.

I also loved The Wienery in Woodland Hills, but it's been about five years since I've been. Is it still there?

I've heard about a new place in Encino called The Stand - has anyone tried that?

Rubin's, at Ventura and Sepulveda, and Pink's on La Brea are overrated.

As you can see from the comments at Bronx Banter, there's one out-of-state dog that I heartily recommend: Gray's Papaya on 72nd and Broadway. (By the way, I've been to the downtown Gray's Papaya and didn't think it was as good.)

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