WOM Review Culvers opened their Woodruff Rd. location (on the good side of Woodruff Rd) 2 years ago and was the first chain location in the SE. Many in the South have never experienced or heard of Culvers but those from the Midwest that live in the South will drive way out of the way to have a ButterBurger and custard or some cheese curds with cheese and beef from Wisconsin. The Clark family who owns this franchise and plans for additional locations in the Upstate. They reviewed franchises from many different industries and with no formal restaurant experienced choose Culvers based on the Culver family values, cult like following, high quality food and pride in all they do. The training and support they received mirrors Chick-fila.
Culvers has over 500 locations in 22 states over the past 20 years and they are just getting started. Our family loves Culvers and they have something to eat for anyone and fall into the fast casual category which is the fastest growing and changing restaurant space. Known for their ButterBurgers and Custard, they have a large menu with many great things to try. I recommend you just go and try it, find something that you like elsewhere and give it a try. We think that you will be happy that you did. I’m a fan of many of their menu items but I love the custard and believe it is much better than ice cream. They have tons of custard options and toppings and are known for their flavor of the day as advertised online and on their digital sign.
Culvers is very engaging online via social media and very engaged in any community they operate. They have both indoor and outdoor seating and a very busy drive thru. It’s a nicely laid out and clean restaurant and you should experience a smiling face and prompt service. The pricing is typical of fast causal locations – $6.00 to $9.00 per person and the children’s meals at $5.29 include a custard treat and a drink. If you have been to Culvers, you have probably been back and if not, I would recommend that you give them a try and see what you think. Let me know what you have to say.