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King David Dogs

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A King’s Breakfast

King David Dogs (135 N. Pennsylvania St., 317-632-3647), Indy’s original all-beef quarter-pound hot dog spot, is now serving breakfast from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Nothing costs more than $4, and menu items include breakfast sandwiches, pancakes, breakfast burritos, Intelligentsia coffee, and the Top Dog–biscuits topped with gravy made from King David hot dogs.

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King David's New Dog House

Get your Chicago Dog and tots while you can. This Friday is King David Dogs’ last day before moving exactly one block north, where the hot dog eatery will triple its seating. The hiatus will last a week or so. Owner Brent Joseph hopes to be back open at 135 N. Pennsylvania Street by the first of October. And then, the world is his hot dog bun. Regarding King David’s future plans, Joseph says, “A northside location is definit

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Hot Dog!

King David Dogs (15 N. Pennsylvania St., 241-6224) will nearly triple its capacity when the hot dog hut moves half a mile away to a new M&I Plaza location in September. “This is going to get us a lot closer to a larger core group of people that won’t have to go as far for lunch,” says owner Brent Joseph, who plans to k

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