The Heritage Preservation Society would like to honor the iconic fast-food restaurant chain, the Doggie Diner with the commemorative DD Collector’s Plate.
Established in San Francisco in 1949 by local entrepreneur Al Ross, the Bay Area chain featured colossal wiener-dog heads wearing bow ties and chef hats atop each doggie stand. The Doggie Diner soon became a sensation and eventually found itself synonymous with the city by the bay.
The Society celebrates this iconic fast-food stand with our limited edition commemorative plate, remembering one of San Francisco’s finest treats in town. Only 75 plates made. Get yours at DOGGIE DINER