More Frozen Custard and Steakburger Restaurants in the Works in New Jersey

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As part of its nationwide expansion, Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers have announced it will be opening several locations throughout North Jersey. Currently, the chain operates restaurants coast to coast with the exclusion of Maine to Maryland, In 2021, they opened their first location in New Jersey.

So what is a steakburger? It’s basically the franchise’s take on a hamburger with a menu similar to what you would find at a Johnny Rocket’s restaurant. They offer burgers, chicken sandwiches and hot dogs, along with fries, onion rings and cheese curds. Guests can finish their meal with a desert of frozen custard in cone, cup, shake and float options.

The company’s only New Jersey Restaurant opened last year in Linden on West Edgar Road. The Linden restaurant is owned and operated by Ethan Coleman,  the New Jersey Steakburgers LLC franchise owner. He intends to develop dozens of Freddy’s restaurants in markets across Northern New Jersey over the next several years.

“The recent openings and new development  agreements show the continued excitement and interest that operators have in the Freddy’s franchise opportunity. We’re very excited to welcome these new restaurants and franchisees to the Freddy’s family and look forward to further expansion,” said Andrew Thengvall, CDO of Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers.

In addition to Freddy’s continued franchise development, the brand’s debut in New Jersey and Wisconsin in early August was a tremendous success. Since opening, both new restaurants have experienced continued high traffic and popularity within the community, demonstrating the excitement of Guests welcoming the brand into their hometown.

“The success our New Jersey and Wisconsin franchise owners have experienced since opening is a true testament to the coast-to-coast acceptance of our brand, and we look forward to welcoming new candidates looking to bring a one-of-a-kind fast casual concept to their community,” added Thengvall.