Doggie Diner Head Pin

PSA Press

Doggie Diner was a fast food restaurant chain in San Francisco + Oakland, CA that operated from 1948 to 1986. Each restaurant was topped with a giant rotating fiberglass weiner dog head in a bow tie and chef's hat. The Doggie Diner head has become a local icon and was declared an official San Francisco Landmark (no. 254). The last head resides at Sloat Boulevard and 45th Avenue in San Francisco, CA.

Limited Edition enamel pin

1.25 inches

Soft enamel black dye metal with 2 color fill and two butterfly clutches on the back to prevent spinning.




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