Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers in Nacogdoches Is Now Open
Just a few months after opening in Lufkin, Freddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers has opened another location in Deep East Texas. On Tuesday, October 3, Freddy's in Nacogdoches officially opened their location at 3720 North Street.
Freddy’s is known for its cooked-to-order steakburgers made with lean 100 percent ground beef, all-beef hot dogs, crispy shoestring fries and frozen custard treats made with freshly churned chocolate or vanilla frozen custard.
"We feel thrilled to be joining the Nacogdoches community and look forward to providing guests with high quality, cooked-to-order menu items in a fun and comfortable environment,” said JJ Ramsey, franchise owner. “The North Street retail corridor has a steady flow of traffic through the area and is home to a wide variety of retail businesses, restaurants and family-friendly entertainment venues that makes it a great fit for Freddy’s. Our location is an easily accessible dining option for students and shoppers nearby, as well as for moviegoers at AMC.”
The 3,148 square-foot, freestanding restaurant seats 88 guests, has additional seating on the patio and drive-thru service. Mobile ordering through the Freddy’s app and website is also available.
Hours of operation are 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
“The Original Double is a signature favorite that we like to recommend to first-time guests who want to get a feel of the Freddy’s taste,” said Ramsey. “It’s crafted with two thinly-pressed premium steakburger patties topped with cheese, mustard, pickle planks and onion slices. The burger is served on a toasted bun alongside our crispy shoestring fries, or you can opt to try our crunchy onion rings or white cheddar cheese curds as a side.”
Freddy's Frozen Custard & Steakburgers was founded in Wichita, Kansas in 2002 and they have over 500 locations across 36 states nationwide.
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