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9/19/2013 7:51:00 AM
Culver's Restaurant to break ground in Prescott Valley in early October
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Construction is expected to begin the week of Oct. 1 on a new Culver's restaurant in Prescott Valley, with a projected opening date in Jan. 2014.

The restaurant, which serves fast casual food cooked-to-order will be located at 2544 N. Stoneridge Drive.

Culver's franchise partners, Dianne Mayer and Caleb Meier said they are looking forward to opening the restaurant in Prescott Valley.

"Culver's was founded on the idea that every guest who visits Culver's leaves happy," said Mayer. "We invite everyone in Prescott Valley to come experience Culver's hospitality for themselves."

When completed, the restaurant will have dine-in seating for 102 guests, a drive-thru window, take-out service and patio seating.

After ordering at the front counter, guests seat themselves and relax while their food is cooked and delivered to their table.

"We're thrilled to bring handcrafted, high-quality meals and desserts to the community of Prescott Valley," Meier said. "We think it's a wonderful area and we are excited to become a contributing and active member."

Culver's signature sandwich and guest-favorite, the ButterBurger®, is made with 100 percent fresh, never frozen, U.S. beef and topped with a lightly buttered and toasted bun. Cooked-to-order favorites include the Bacon Deluxe and Mushroom and Swiss ButterBurger.

Culver's Fresh Frozen Custard is made from high-quality, fresh Wisconsin dairy. Each batch is hand 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 Fresh Frozen Custard: vanilla, chocolate and a Flavor of the Day.

The restaurant also features many other choices, including real Wisconsin cheese curds, a dairy land delicacy, fresh garden salads and North Atlantic cod filet sandwiches. Kids' meals also are available.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, November 25, 2013
Article comment by: Ed Mora

Just what Prescott Valley needs...another fast food joint...I thought they tried this with Fudruckers and where's that business now....Good luck

Posted: Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Article comment by: Um Really?

"They" = El Pollo Loco or a franchisee. Why do we keep exhorting "them" to do stuff?

El Pollo Loco isn't exactly healthy, either. Marketing stuff and nonsense. You want healthy - stay home and make your own dinner.

Posted: Friday, November 15, 2013
Article comment by: Wendy Thomas


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