Post-war style restaurant comes to Parker

March 2, 2017 by  

The construction of a Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers restaurant recently began in Parker on Twenty Mile Road near Target.

The restaurant will be 3,500 square feet in size and be able to seat 120 people. There will be a patio and drive-through service.

The owner of the restaurant, Brian Pyle, said it would be the seventh location in the Denver area, with other restaurants to be found in Littleton, Lakewood, Highlands Ranch, Castle Rock, Broomfield, and Aurora. This one is scheduled to open early this year.

Its signature steakburger is the main feature of menu and is like a hamburger but is pressed so the edges become crispy when cooked. Other items on the menu include Vienna Beef hot dogs and shoestring fries.

For dessert, there is freshly-churned, vanilla or chocolate frozen custard and other dessert treats. Frozen custard is like ice cream, but is creamier and denser due to a process of churning that eliminates ice crystals and excess air.

Pyle said the restaurant is designed in the style similar to eateries in the late 1940s and early 1950s, when quality family time and values of unity were the focus. He is looking forward to joining the Parker community and may look to posting banners on the site to let people know more about the restaurant and its planned opening.

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