The first Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers was just a hobby — a small hamburger joint where Bill and Randy Simon and Scott Redler could get a steakburger, a made-to-order, lean ground beef burger served on a buttered, toasted bun, like the Simon brothers’ dad made. It also was a place where they could grab a frozen custard treat that they couldn’t find anywhere else around Wichita, Kan. They opened the first Freddy’s, named after the ...
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