Monday, December 3rd at 7:00 PM
In 1963, Dick Portillo built a 6’ x 12’ trailer with no running water or bathroom and opened a simple hot dog stand in Villa Park, Illinois. He called it "The Dog House." More than 50 years and 50 locations later, his namesake Portillo's restaurants are a Windy City institution, famous for perfect, Chicago-style dogs. In Out of the Dog House, Portillo tells the incredible story of his life, sharing the ingenuity and hard-earned wisdom that went into building a beloved restaurant chain.
From a modest childhood as the son of Greek and Mexican immigrants, to the core principles that became essential in growing a national business, this is a singular, at times surprising, tale of how one man crafted his own American dream, one hot dog at a time.
This event is free and open to the public. To join the signing line, please purchase the author’s latest book, Out of the Dog House, from Anderson's Bookshop.
To purchase please stop into or call Anderson's Bookshop Naperville (630) 355-2665.
Online slaes for this event have ended. Please call or visit or Naperville store to secure a book and ticket.