In 1982, Davy started with a hot dog pushcart, given to him by his parents for a high school graduation present (the pushcart can be seen at the restaurant). After the pushcart, Davy served his dogs out of a mobile location, a rolling Winnebago camper dogmobile.
Davy's father served in World War 2 in the 101st Airborne, jumping into France on D-Day, and later in the Battle of the Bulge. He promised that if he lived through the war, he would build his family a Swiss chalet style home.
Out of respect for his father, Davy copied his father's Swiss chalet when he built his restaurant. That's the building that to this day is Davy's Hot Dogs and Grill Restaurant.
Come in and see Davy's historic Swiss chalet style restaurant, full of fun memorabilia and delicious food. We'll see you for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Davy's Hot Dogs and Grill. Great food fast, that's better than fast food and affordable!