King David Tacos, New York’s designated breakfast taco company from Austin, TX native Liz Solomon Dwyer, debuts its first brick + mortar location in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights at 611 Bergen St (; 929.367.8226). Alongside its classic selection of popular breakfast tacos at carts and cafes across the city, KDT’s menu expands to include all-day offerings of lunch-inspired Breakfast Tacos, its signature Queso, all-new Nachos and a larger beverage program.

 “Our specialty has always been convenience and wholesomeness in the morning, and we’re excited to spread our wings and keep doing what we do best: making breakfast tacos integral to the New York lifestyle,” says Solomon Dwyer.

King David Tacos began in pursuit of providing a nutritious, portable breakfast to hungry New Yorkers on-the-go. As always, authentic, preservative-free tortillas are shipped from Austin, TX’s family-owned Fiesta Tortillas for menu favorites like the Queen Bean, Mom’s Migas—named after Solomon Dwyer’s mother’s Tex-mex migas recipe—and The No. 5 (vegan) made with KDT’s ‘Chili Non Carne.’ Highlights from the new menu include:

Pollo Verde: a Verde Enchilada in breakfast taco form made with shredded chicken, verde migas and white cheddar cheese

The Cowboy: Marinated steak, oven-roasted potatoes, eggs and yellow cheddar

Bean & Cheese: house-made *vegetarian* refried beans and yellow cheddar/Monterey jack blend, what some consider the “OG” breakfast taco

KDT Queso: A melty Texan favorite – served as a dip or as nachos, with add-ins like chorizo or vegan Chili Non Carne

House-made Horchata + a menu of Stumptown Coffee including original KDT creations like Oatly Horchata Cold Brew and Mexican Mocha, a take on Mexican hot chocolate

Wine + beer (including both local +  Texas imports)

Breakfast tacos are exclusively made with Vital Farms pasture-raised eggs. GF, dairy-free, egg-free and vegan options are available

The grab n’ go centric space features a bold navy-blue painted brick facade, a welcome pop of color on the industrial block located just off bustling Vanderbilt Ave. A sprawling 1,200-square-foot all-weather patio with an awning and heaters abuts an additional pickup window for takeout, while the interior design evokes a combination of vintage Texas and modern industrial New York. Mixed metals such as bronze, silver and a gold painted ceiling—a nod to KDT’s signature silver + gold-wrapped tacos—are offset by walnut accents, a soapstone bar, and terracotta tiles, complete with artwork by local Texan folk artist Leon Collins. More than just its first brick + mortar, this location is its new flagship, including a 4,000 square foot kitchen that now serves as the base of operations for the entire King David Tacos brand.

What began as catering and a humble taco cart, King David Tacos has grown into:

Three cart locations: Madison Square Park, Prospect Park @ Grand Army Plaza, and Imagination Playground across from Pier 17 (South Street Seaport)

Retail Partner program: KDT’s tacos can be found at various cafes around NYC like Stumptown, Hungry Ghost Coffee, Blank Street and more.

Taco Drops: direct-to-consumer, contactless delivery of cold, ready-to-heat tacos, great for stocking the fridge for breakfast all week long. Separate from KDT’s hot catering, the Taco Drops stemmed from consumer needs at home amid the pandemic

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