I used to love Hottle's when I was at Wilkes College. Glad to hear they're still around. My recommendation is for food, not a restaurant. If you like really good kielbasy, you've got to drive to Shenandoah in Schuylkill county and go to Kowalonek's meat market. They make their own fresh & smoked kielbo, (both pork & turkey varieties) and other products made with smoked pork kielbasy - hot dogs, kilbo stix (like Slim Jim's only good). They've been making the stuff for 102 yrs and the lines are out the door & down the block at Christmas & Easter.
Shenandoah's a little over an hour from Clark's Summit (my college roomie lives there). Easiest way if you're not familiar with the area - Straight down 81S to the Frackville exit (route 61 North). Take 61N to Route 924N and follow into Shenandoah. It's at the corner of Main & Laurel st. Web address is www.kielbasy.net.
You will not be disappointed.
There's something about Schuylkill River water that makes bread & rolls so good (probably something toxic like PCB's, mercury or arsenic). . . . I grew up in Schuylkill County and I'm not fond of any of the hoagies there.
My favorite hoagies are from Primo which is expanding their franchises out of Philly into the PA/NJ/DE suburbs. The rolls have a thin, crisp shell & a pillowy interior. They use Thumann's meats & cheese which are really tasty. The provolone is so sharp it could cut your tongue! Best cheese I've ever had on a sandwich.