The wait is over; one of the first Culver’s restaurants within the city limits of Chicago is scheduled to open its doors on Monday, January 29 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 9:00am at 4939 W. Irving Park Rd. Known for its famous ButterBurger® and fresh frozen custard, the restaurant serves fast casual food cooked-to-order. Franchise owner/operators Guy Hollis and Dan Ehle, the Six Corners Association and local city officials including 45th Ward Alderman John Arena will be on hand to cut the ribbon to the new restaurant.
Hours of operation are 10:00am to 10:00pm with the exception of a few holidays. We’re thrilled to be one of the first Culver’s restaurants to bring custom, made-to-order, high-quality meals and desserts to Chicago,” says Hollis, who also owns and operates Culver’s restaurants in Bridgeview, Franklin Park, Lyons, Evergreen Park and Oak Lawn. Culver’s signature sandwich and guest-favorite, the ButterBurger® is made with 100% fresh, never frozen, U.S. beef made cooked-to-order and topped with a lightly buttered and toasted bun.
Culver’s Fresh Frozen Custard gets its legendary creamy decadence from high-quality, fresh Wisconsin dairy from which every batch is crafted throughout the day. In addition to making their own creations, guests can customize their desserts with more than 30 mix-ins and toppings. Every day Culver’s offers three flavors of frozen custard: vanilla, chocolate and a Flavor of the Day.
The restaurant also features many other delicious choices, including real Wisconsin cheese curds, a dairyland delicacy, fresh garden salads as well as chicken sandwiches and fish dinners. Kid’s meals are also available.
"Culver’s was founded on the idea of providing excellent service and high-quality food made with the best ingredients," says Hollis. "The outstanding people who serve our guests behind the counter have helped us earn our reputation. We’re excited to have team members from the surrounding Chicago community as part of our team."
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