Cadillac Dogs brings new food stand to the valley

Photo courtesy of Cadillac Dogs

By Catherine Stachowiak

The owners of local hot dog business, Cadillac Dogs, have been telling people about their new digs, more specifically a new food stand, which the couple recently acquired to improve on their services to the public.

Anthony and Starr Collins would be selling their Cadillac Dogs menu in style, during this spring and summer, they told the Kern Valley Sun, Wednesday March 6.

“We have a brand new Hot Dog stand that I bought custom made, in Las Vegas, and I brought it here to the valley,” Anthony Collins said.  “We’re back for the spring and the summer time.”

As they did previously, the couple plans to sell food on specific pre announced days, at the corner of Lake Isabella Boulevard and Erskine Creek Road, near the Kern Valley Plaza shopping center, from 10 am to around 2pm, depending on the weather, starting Monday, March 11 through Wednesday March 13. 

Anthony Collins said he’d like people to look for his announcements at the Kern River Valley News & Community Facebook page to keep track of when Cadillac Dogs would be selling its menu.  

The Collins also plan for Cadillac Dogs to be stationed at the Kern River Valley Art Association’s upcoming Art!Walk! event, April 20, in Wofford Heights, for which the business sponsored a tree to be auctioned, because of Earth Day. 

The couple also plans to bring their brand new Cadillac Dogs stand to all of this year’s River Rhythms concert series events, in Kernville.  The Kern Valley Hospital Foundation holds the fundraiser in August annually.