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reddy's Namesake is 'living brand'
From the classic diner design to the comfort food inside, Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers radiates post-war optimism.
reddy's Opens 21 Stores in 21 Weeks
Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers disclosed that, with the opening of three new restaurants last week, including a company site in Kansas City, Missouri, and two franchise locations in Jacksonville, Florida, and Caldwell, Idaho, the system has added 21 stores in the first 21 weeks of 2015.
$2 act of kindness toward little boy leads to $100 tip
After helping a young boy who didn't have enough money to pay for his treat, a cashier got a surprise of his own. Find out how frozen custard brought two strangers together.
reddy Simon Honored at Kansas State Capitol
Lifelong Kansan Frederick Simon, co-founder and namesake of Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers was honored Monday. He was recognized for his service in World War II and the success of his restaurant chain.
Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers said Tuesday that it and its franchisees opened 31 restaurants this year, and it expects to surpass that figure in 2015.
How two brothers dreamed up a restaurant, named it for their father and relied on their background as franchisees to make decisions. Freddy’s is on an impressive growth tear today.
reddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers brings back Hatch green chile burger
This month, Freddy’s announced the return of the Hatch Green Chile Double Steakburger, available now through September 10, and unveiled a new Funnel Cake Sundae topped with powdered sugar and strawberries.
Americans are spending more than ever to dine out—topping $680 billion per year. And they are demanding more for their money, higher-quality fast food, and greater variety than can be found at titans such as Burger King, KFC, and McDonald’s.
Solicitous, prompt, and accurate service was the norm at most chains. Approximately three-quarters of readers in Consumer Reports’ latest fast­-food survey‚ covering 96,208 meals at 65 chains, described the staff’s politeness as excellent or very good.
Readers in Consumer Reports’ latest fast­-food survey‚ covering 96,208 meals at 65 chains, were generally quite pleased with the cleanliness of the dining area; three-quarters of respondents were completely or very satisfied.
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