Freddy's Frozen Custard to open 4th Twin Cities location

The Kansas-based chain has been expanding its presence in the Midwest.
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Freddy's Frozen Custard and Steakburgers is continuing its growth in the Minnesota market by starting work on its 4th Twin Cities location.

The Wichita, Kansas-based chain opened its first Minnesota location in Savage back in 2014, which was followed by a restaurant in Maple Grove and then Lakeville last year.

Now another of its fast-casual restaurants will open in Brooklyn Park, groundbreaking for which happened recently at 9901 Xenia Ave.

The new eatery will be 3,540 square feet, seating 110 guests with additional seating on the patio.

It'll also offer a drive-thru service.

In a press release, franchisee Paul Bruggeman says this is just the latest of more Freddy's locations in the Twin Cities, saying "we have additional sites planned for the ... future."

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"Starting with our newest addition in Brooklyn Park, we hope to achieve a closer presence to many of our local Freddy’s fans in the area, as well as those who haven’t visited one of our restaurants yet," he added.

The chain is known for its ground beef steakburgers, beef hotdogs, shoestring fries and frozen custard treats that is churned on site.

It now has 300 locations across 31 states, and just last month was named the best franchise to buy in America by Forbes magazine.

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