In 1921, a man named Billy Ingram opened up a small hamburger stand with $700 and an idea to sell small, square hamburgers for five-cents. The concept grew to be the first hamburger chain in the world; inspiring everything from movies to pop culture with the same quality product it gained notoriety from. Never breaking from its roots, the Slider showed how far a burger could go when it was named “Most influential burger of all time” by Time Magazine.
Billy Ingram’s hunger is something very native to DGK. Stevie Williams founded the brand on the same authentic fundamentals that made White Castle iconic generation after generation. Both began with just an idea and changed how we look at the world.
This is For Those who Crave.