A Trip To The Oldest Hot Dog Stand In Pennsylvania Will Delight You In Every Way

What’s more American than a juicy hot dog – topped with ketchup, mustard, or chili? (Of course, it’s paired with a side of fries or onion rings and a drink.) Not much, right? Well, the only thing that might make it even more of an American tradition is sitting down to a chili-topped dog at what just might be the oldest hot dog stand in Pennsylvania.

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What is your favorite hot dog stand in Pennsylvania? Altoona’s Original Texas Hot Dogs? Or, somewhere else? Let us know in the comments! Then, click here to read about another historic hot dog stand in Pennsylvania.