People travel across the world to visit some of the iconic places where the hit series, ‘Breaking Bad’ was filmed in Albuquerque. Now they’re doing the same for its prequel, ‘Better Call Saul.’

The Dog House is a drive-in hot spot and has been for more than 70 years.

“People just depend on having a good hot dog when they get here,” owner Jimmie Hartley said.

The drive-in sits along Central Avenue near 14th Street. Most of the time, it’s hard to find a parking spot.

Monday night, the nation got a close-up look at the iconic Albuquerque restaurant in the series ‘Better Call Saul.’

“I guess it was wet here in the parking lot, it had rained some, and they said the filming was just excellent,” Hartley said.

Hartley says when the crew arrived in town to shoot the scene, he closed the place down for two days.

“It just blows my mind that all these things happened out here,” he said. “It’s nice to have that recognition and be an icon.”

Hartley joked, saying now, rather than eat, people show up just to take photos in front of his building.

The Dog House also made some appearances in ‘Breaking Bad.’ That series ended five years ago, but still has people from all over the world traveling to Albuquerque.

Now, ‘Better Call Saul’ is having the same draw, showcasing houses, businesses and restaurants like Loyola’s near Washington and Central Avenue.

Angela Montoya has worked there for nine years. She admits she wasn’t a fan of the series until. That is, until “I found out they started filming here,” she said.

Montoya’s also made a few appearances as an extra in the series. In the series, Loyola’s is Mike’s breakfast spot — and boy, have people taken notice

“Once they walk in, we’re like, ‘Welcome to Loyola’s.’ They’re like, ‘Where did Saul sit? Where did Mike sit?'” she said.

‘Better Call Saul’ has been back every season to shoot at Loyola’s. As for the Dog House, Hartley said if TV scouts call him up again, they’re welcome back anytime.