October 12, 2010
Bargain hot dogs on the menu Saturday

By Debbie Arrington

Hot dog, here's a deal: a 59-cent lunch.

Wienerschnitzel, the world's largest hot dog chain, will offer that bargain Saturday at its new Sacramento outlet, located at 2464 Florin Road at the corner of 24th Street.

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, the new restaurant will host an open house with 59-cent hot dogs, a bounce house, free stuff and fun.

"We are very excited to celebrate with the community the grand opening of our new Sacramento location," said store owner Bal Soin in a release. "The day will be full of fun and of course der-licious Wienerschnitzel menu items and everyday value offers."

Despite its name, Wienerschnitzel is a California native, born in the Los Angeles suburb of Wilmington in 1961. Serving more than 120 million hot dogs a year, the Irvine-based chain now has 350 franchises in 10 states and Guam.

Call The Bee's Debbie Arrington, (916) 321-1075.

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