In West Virginia, hot dogs aren’t just barbecue food. They are a religion. Do you agree with our list? Tell us in the comments!

Hillbilly Hot Dogs – Huntington

Just up the river from Huntington in Lesage is one of the best (and most well known) hot dog eateries in the state. Come for the hot dogs, stay for the experience!

Star City Hot Dogs – Morgantown

Once a Hometown Hot Dogs, this place is a favorite of WVU students and locals alike. Also… try the pepperoni rolls!

Woody’s Hot Dogs – Fairmont

Swing by for a great hot dog and sauce in a family dinner atmosphere.

Stewart’s Hot Dogs – Huntington

Hello, Stewart’s hot dogs and root beer in a frosted mug, it’s been far too long!

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Nothing beats a hot dog with a root beer in a frosted mug from the original Stewarts.

Skeenie’s of West Virginia – Sissionville

Just a simple mom and pop place to get a great hot dog.

King Tut’s Drive-In – Beckley

This Beckley institution is a must stop for any hot dog lover in the southern part of the state.

The Custard Stand – Webster Springs

You may have seen them on Shark Tank! Though they started in Webster Springs, this (relative) newcomer on the list can also be found in other towns as well.

Sam’s Hot Dogs – Huntington

Another home-grown chain, the original is in Huntington. As their website state, “we do one thing and do it well.”

Yann’s – Fairmont

Don’t you dare ask for ketchup at this Fairmont institution.

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