Pink's hot dogs to the stars coming to Cedar Point

If they're good enough for the stars to eat, they're good enough for you.

Pink's, a legendary Hollywood eatery that serves its own special brand of hot dogs and chili, is making its way to the midways of Cedar Point.

The famous "Hot Dog To The Stars" will be the first Pink's franchise opened east of Las Vegas, giving the Sandusky amusement park its another claim to fame.

"This is a wonderful opportunity to introduce Pink's to a new area of the country," said Richard Pink, son of Paul and Betty Pink, who first opened Pink's in 1939 in Los Angeles. "Our premium hot dogs and chili dogs prepared with fresh toppings will become an instant favorite of park guests."

Pink's is known all over the world for its hot dogs, onion rings and fresh toppings. And it carries an impressive list of famous Hollywood stars and dignitaries who have been fans of the eats. Among Pink's frequent customers are Betty White, Ryan Seacrest, Adam Sandler, Bill Cosby, Martha Stewart, Jay Leno and Bobby Flay.

Pink's at Cedar Point will also serve spciy Polish dogs, Brooklyn Pastrami swiss cheese dogs, Coleslaw dogs, bugers, cheeseburgers and French fries.

The franchise will open at Cedar Point in the summer of 2011 and will be located just off the main midway next to Toft's Ice Cream Parlor.