Jimmy John's Pipin' Hot Sandwiches

Sandwiches, Fast Food
$
1507 Wilmington Pike
West Chester, PA 19382
(610) 459-3083
Monday
8:00am - 8:00pm
Tuesday
8:00am - 8:00pm
Wednesday
8:00am - 8:00pm
Thursday
8:00am - 8:00pm
Friday
8:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday
8:00am - 8:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 8:00pm

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  • Jimmy Johns Pipin Hot Restaurant is a regional landmark famous for its old-fashioned hot dogs and electric train displays.
  • One of my favorite places to eat. Fast, cheap and delicious.
  • Wow, excellent food! Great Service too! You have to pay in cash though.
  • Was trying to say- the chili tasted like marinara
  • I last visited on their 70th as the building was burning. Cannot want for the next 70 to begin!
  • Everything! Lots of chop-choos for little children to enjoy!
  • Hot dog was great. The fries were average. Fair prices.
  • There are warm grilled onions and sauerkraut for your sausage on a stand near the entrance. Don't miss it like I did!
  • Wonderful snappy dogs. Best roadside dogs in town.
  • It's cash only!
  • Hot dog and fries for the win
  • Bring quarters for the trains!
  • 2 special dogs and onion rings, can't beat it
  • Been coming here since I was a kid. Everything is Delicious!
  • Consider asking for no ice or little ice in your soda. Mine had so little soda and so much ice that I had trouble putting the straw into it.
  • great place! great food! they just added soft ice cream with flavor burst :)
  • Got the triple play- decent but the ch
  • The dogs are boiled: can't say I condone that, but they are still hot and w/ a nice thick skin & terrific bun. Tastefully unique.
  • Can't go wrong with onion rings. The pork roll with cheese (a.k.a. "The Lincoln") is a nice treat too.
  • Hot dog suck no taste cook onion look and taste old my first and last time here some one need to teach them how too cook hot dog

Nearby places

1413 Wilmington Pk, (at Dilworthtown Rd)
112 Painters Xing (at Village at Painters' Crossings Shopping Center)
1393 Dilworthtown Xing (at Shoppes at Dilworthtown Crossing)