If you grew up in Evansville, you know how popular Pizza King is, but did you know that there are several Pizza Kings in Indiana? I thought it was exclusive to Evansville, until one of my friends posted about the Pizza King in New Albany that delivers your drinks on a little train.

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PHOTO: PIZZA KING NEW ALBANY, IN
PHOTO: PIZZA KING NEW ALBANY, IN
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This cute little set-up has a very Mr. Rogers feel to it. The train trolley stops at your table, and the 'King' looks a lot like King Friday. Perhaps that's what inspired this novelty. You'll only find this feature at the New Albany, Indiana location.

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Either way, I think it's super cool. Ironically, we used to live in that area, and I have never been there. Oh, and a confession...I've never tried Pizza King. Perhaps it's time to get out of my food comfort zone, but only if it's delivered to me by a choo-choo train.

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