Farley’s Famous Hot Dogs is Hurricane’s only drive-in restaurant (that I know of!). The restaurant was built in 1989, and was originally a Stewart’s Original Hot Dogs, but converted to Farley’s within just a couple of years. Buck Farley ran the restaurant for many years, but in January of 2017, the restaurant was sold to Leary Restaurant Properties. This was because Farley decided to stay closer to his home in Barboursville, WV.
The Leary family, who now runs Farley’s Hot Dogs, is focused on more than just producing good food to the community of Hurricane. They focus on so much more, like family and community, making numerous charitable contributions to Hurricane schools, churches, and other programs, as well as attracting residents of other communities, such as Saint Albans, by supporting events and programs that are important to them (such as Project Graduation).
Farley’s Famous Hot Dogs in Hurricane is unique to this community, and is always seeking opportunities to help Hurricane and reward those who make it one of the most inclusive and friendly communities to live in!
Have you driven by Farley’s in Hurricane lately and asked yourself, “What’s going on there?” Maybe it’s time you stopped to see for yourself! Farley’s Hot Dogs is always poppin’ with people on these cold fall days because of their homemade coleslaw, homemade hot dog chili, and their Famous Seasonal Chili. Stop by to see what you have been missing!
Farley’s Hot Dog serves cheeseburgers, fries, house recipe floats, and hot dogs (of course) on steamed buns with house recipe chili and coleslaw. The food may be great, but it is the experience of going to Farley’s that you want to be a part of!