PENNSYLVANIA - If you're looking for some delicious food on your next road trip, consider adding a trip to Pennsylvania to your list of things to do. It's an American classic that's a must-try, so check out the state's hot dog culture and plan a visit! In Pennsylvania, there are many places to get the ultimate hot dog. From Lucky Louie's in Brooklyn to Willy Joe's in Scranton, you'll find a hot dog stuffed with beef! Best Pennsylvania Hot Dogs!

Willy Joe's

If you're looking for a new hot dog destination, Pennsylvania is filled with great options. In the Lehigh Valley, you can try one of Yocco's famous dogs - and you'll want to eat more than one! Other Lehigh Valley favorites include Potts' Hot Dogs, Jimmy's Hot Dogs, and Traub's Doggies. And if you're visiting Allentown, you can't miss Willy Joe's! 446 N 15th St, Allentown, PA 18102

Lucky Louie's Beer Wieners

When it comes to the ultimate Pennsylvania hot dog, there are a few different places that you can include on your bucket list. Famous Louie's Drive-In is one such place. This classic eatery has been in business for decades, starting out as a horse-drawn lunch cart. Today, you can enjoy hot dogs on the grill or go for a steamed dog. You can choose to get your dog with the "works" or "loaded," which adds ketchup and mayo to your dog. Located in the heart of Erie, Lucky Louie's is the most authentic Pennsylvania hot dog you'll find. 8238 Perry Hwy, Erie, PA 16509

Coney Island Lunch Room

If you're visiting Pennsylvania's Scranton area, you've got to include Coney Island Lunch on your list of must-dos. This downtown Scranton staple served Texas-style hot dogs and was named the number one hot dog joint in the United States by Fox News. In addition to its hot dogs, you'll also want to check out the restaurant's large collection of baseball memorabilia. 515 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton, PA 18503


If you are a true foodie and love hot dogs, you may want to put Potts' Pennsylvania hot dog on your bucket list. It's a local institution serving its delicious grilled dogs and burgers for years. The hot dogs are served on a classic Lehigh Valley hot dog stand with matted mustard and onions. You'll be treated to an authentic Lehigh Valley hot dog experience in an old-fashioned Lehigh Valley hot dog joint with wood paneling and notables. It's best to eat your dog outside on a bench if you can find one, but be aware that there are no indoor tables at Potts'. 3512 Hamilton Blvd, Allentown, PA 18103

Famous 4th Street

The famous Philadelphia hot dog shop is a local institution. They serve everything from foot-long dogs to tater tots. They even have an entire section of hot dogs! Famous 4th Street's menu is a feast for the eyes and taste buds. Try the pastrami dog, topped with pastrami, deli mustard, and ketchup. You'll want to come back for more! 700 S 4th St, Philadelphia, PA 19147


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