LOS ANGELES (AP) — Der Wienerschnitzel isn't just a hot dog stand anymore — it's a tasty bite of history.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday declared the chain's very first stand in the
The drive-thru was built in 1961 and it doesn't have the chain's trademark A-frame construction — just a flat roof. However, the Cultural Heritage Commission says it epitomizes the drive-thru and walk-up concepts made popular in the 1960s and is strongly associated with LA's car culture.
The chain now has hundreds of restaurants in the
Wienerschnitzel, by the way, isn't a hot dog but a breaded veal cutlet.