Such is the case with the Dodger Dog.
Eating a Hot Dog at a ball game is as intrinsic to baseball as the called third strike. Often imitated (see: Halo Dog, Fenway Frank) yet never matched, the Dodger Dog is a staple of any Dodger Stadium experience. This 10-inch masterpiece has become so hugely popular that foreign dignitaries will come to Los Angeles just to chow down on one. Selling around two million dogs a season, the Dodger Dog leads all of Major League Baseball stadiums in sales and has set a record in smiles produced. It’s so successful that it has spawned a hot dog themed chain of restaurants in Los Angeles and has been know to give people who consume them spiritual enlightenment. If you’re ever in Los Angeles, go to a Dodgers game and eat one. You’ll wake up the next day with a better grasp on where you want your life to go.