It never occurs to me to review Culver's on Trip Advisor, because it's "just" a fast food place, but since I practically live there, maybe it's finally time that I write about my second home.
Service is always friendly, usually pretty quick.
Here's a tip that maybe not everyone knows about: get the hamburger snack-pack! Tasty burger, you can substitute the *most delicious* green beans in the world for the French fries, and you get unlimited refills of soft drinks or coffee. A satisfying, appealing meal; reasonably healthy; all for under $4.
I've tried most of the soups at one time or another; they're all good. Yesterday I splurged and had the sweet potato fries. They were great, but I'm not sure they were worth the calories ; o)
Seasonal salads are wonderful, but be careful -- they often have a higher fat content than the sandwiches, even if you order the tasty raspberry vinaigrette dressing. You might be better off having a burger!
I love the "local" atmosphere: on any given day, you might see a group of retired farmers, school athletes in uniform, middle-aged people with their elderly parents, business people on a working lunch, etc.
I also applaud Culver's for employing several disabled people to serve the meals. These employees are clearly working very earnestly, and they do a great job. It's apparent that they're valued members of the Culver's family.
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