A West Virginia Tradition. the hot dog, different from Chicago or New York, you’re going to find cole slaw and chili on it, and one local place is being recognized as one of the best hot dog places in the state.
The King Tut Drive-In in Beckley is ranked ninth for top hot dog stands in the state by www.weheartwv.com
King Tut is in some good company on the list along with Hillbilly Hot Dogs in Huntington, which was voted as the top hot dog spot in the state.
King Tut owner David McKay says being able to offer, not just hot dogs, but a unique dining experience is great.
King Tut is one of few drive-in’s left in the area.
“One of our family things to do is just serve really good food at a decent price and as long as Beckley likes it I guess we’ll keep going with it, it’s more of a hobby more than anything else, so uh, we’ll see how well it does and as long as people like it, we’ll keep feeding them,” McKay said.
The full list of top dog places can be found here.