This establishment was originally Called King’s Hamburgers. When Burger King came to Pennsylvania the owner tried to block their usage of the name “Burger King”, which backfired. Unbeknownst Burger King Corporation had already filed for the Pennsylvania rights for that name just a few months before the owner. After this the restaurant was known as just “King’s”. The addition of “Dairy” came from a previous name the owner called it before they served food; only ice cream. It was located on Perkiomen Avenue in Exeter. It closed in April 1979.