Local Places Where You Can Celebrate National Hot Dog Day
Tomorrow (July 17) is National Hot Dog Day and there are several location restaurants where you can celebrate.
Anyone who has driven on Route 206 in Bordentown has probably noticed the yellow hot dog stand on the southbound side of the road. The stand is called Russ Ayres Famous Hotdogs and according to tripadvisor.com, it's been a Bordentown mainstay for over half a century.
A favorite hot dog spot in Lawrence is Captain Paul's Firehouse Dogs on Princeton Pike. This family-owned business opened in 2009 and since then has gained a reputation of serving some of the tastiest dogs in the area.
In Bucks County, you might want to check out Original Lenny's Hot Dogs at the intersection of Street Rd. & Bucks Rd. in Feasterville. According to hollyeats.com, Philadelphia used to be home to several Lenny's locations, but now, Feasterville has the only remaining store.
Finally, we've heard amazing things about Franks-A-Lot! in the Reading Terminal Market in Philly, where they serve up "Best of Philly, award-winning combination of American comfort food like hotdogs, BBQ baked chicken, handmade turkey burgers and homemade mac and cheese alongside of Polish classics like pierogi and kielbasa."
Where's your favorite place to get a hot dog? Let us know in the comments.