Did you ever try Culver's?I might have to give Culver's a try. Never had it. There is a location just a few miles from home, so maybe I'll hit it up this weekend.
I do love a good burger. And it really just depends on my mood which burger at which restaurant I will choose that day. Could be a chain. Could be a local joint. I'm not a picky person, and 90% of burgers I've had in my lifetime are quite good.
I did! And -- I think it's fantastic. The whole menu and generally atmosphere, really. I also had one of their frozen custards, which was delicious.Did you ever try Culver's?
I'm with you. Culver's is really good, but I'm not terribly picky with burgers either. Or restaurants in general.I did! And -- I think it's fantastic. The whole menu and generally atmosphere, really. I also had one of their frozen custards, which was delicious.
That's a darn good burger that is as good or better than any fast food burger out there. I'd probably prefer Culvers over In-N-out or Waterburger. I actually really like Shake Shack (probably my fave chain burger joint) -- but it's quite pricey, which has to downgrade it some.
I'm not too picky, so always take my reviews with a grain of salt. 80% of the restaurants I go to, I'd rate an A. 10% a B. The other 10% I wouldn't go back to. It's pretty easy to please me. I really just need variety (I do not like getting stuck in any food ruts).
Yep. They bundle together hot dog size nicely. When the Freddie's opened by me it was like Black Friday at Wal-Mart selling $50 big screen tv's. It's funny because across the street is a McDonald's, which has been there since the early 80's, and I thought for sure they would take a big hit when Freddie's opened but the overflow crowd has been so large and steady that both are busy.That's why I snarf them down as quickly as I can