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Friday, February 11, 2011

Pink's Hot Dogs Coming to Cedar Point

Posted By on Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 1:09 PM

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Betty White, Adam Sandler, Martha Stewart and Bobby Flay are all fans. And now you can be too — without a costly trip to the West Coast.

Often billed as the “Hot Dog to the Stars,” Pink’s hot dogs (http://www.pinkshollywood.com) has been a Hollywood legend for more than 70 years. This summer, that legend will land at Sandusky's Cedar Point Amusement Park, making its first appearance east of Las Vegas.

Beloved for its gourmet hot dogs, chili dogs, onion rings and fresh toppings, Pink’s boasts a bill of famous fans who can't seem to get enough. The restaurant has been featured on The View, Martha Stewart Show, Throw Down with Bobby Flay, and many others.

“This is a wonderful opportunity to introduce Pink’s to a new area of the country,” says Richard Pink, son of the founders. “Our premium hot dogs and chili dogs prepared with fresh toppings will become an instant favorite of park guests.”

Pink’s at Cedar Point will be located just off the main midway. Seating will be available inside or on the outdoor patio.

“Pink’s will be a very popular addition to the food offerings at Cedar Point,” added Gary Gochenour, Cedar Point’s Director of Food Services.

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