The Very First Drive-Thru Restaurant In West Virginia Still Has Cars Lining Up Around The Corner

Restaurants come and go but there are those tried-and-true spots that earn a cult-like following and stand the test of time. The Mountain State’s very first drive-thru restaurant opened its doors in 1932 and still has cars lining up around the corner today. Stewart’s Original Hot Dogs in its little orange roadside stand in Huntington has been tempting diners with their root beer and hot dogs for decades.

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Have you ever enjoyed one of Stewart’s famous hot dogs? If you get a craving for Mexican, head to this tiny restaurant that serves more than a dozen types of tacos!