Co-founded in 2002 by brothers Bill and Randy Simon, and their friend and business partner, Scott Redler, the three men named the restaurant after Bill and Randy’s father, Freddy Simon, a World War II veteran.
Today, Freddy’s restaurants from coast to coast serve a menu reminiscent of the all-American meals Freddy prepared for his family. The menu is pretty simple and straightforward here. Steak burgers, hot dogs, grilled chicken breast sandwiches and a variety of frozen custards.
Inside is very open with an exposed ceiling and and AC ducts to make the location feel bigger than it actually is splashed with lots of Freddy’s favorite color of red.
The Bacon and Cheese Double Steakburger is made with lean American pure ground beef with no additives or fillers. They press the patties thin to create deliciously crispy edges and always cook them to order so they’re steaming hot. This is then topped with seasoning, two slices of melting cheese, mustard, onions and crunchy pickles and bacon all on a toasted bun.
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