Thursday, May 05, 2005

The path of least resistance

If you work at Variety, by any chance, or at E!, the Screen Actors Guild or Indie 103, you're probably pretty sick of eating at Baja Fresh, Johnnie's and Koo Koo Roo. And if you've worked there as long as I have, you wouldn't dream of eating at Callender's. Yesterday I was so busy, I didn't even want to cross the street. The first place to eat outside the back door was the new hot dog cart seen in Daily Candy, Devilicious Dogs. The cart offers a choice of Sabrett's beef dogs, bratwurst, Polish sausage and brisket sandwiches. My bratwurst was a little bland, but the lady was really nice, and sometimes you just have to break out of the Trader Joe's frozen food rut.

Devil Dogs
in front of Variety
5700 Wilshire


A. said...

good post, but does the cart come with sauerkraut? there's no point if there's no kraut.

Pat Saperstein said...

Yes, sauerkraut is definitely available, which makes the whole thing worthwhile, I agree.

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