About this Business
From Our Editors
You’ll often spot Freddie’s Place by first spotting Freddie himself, hanging out on 1st Street and drawing in longtime locals. Freddie’s got a big work family that he loves to show off, working through framed photographs of regulars and employees (some from their childhood days) that are plastered across the walls. Wooden booths and tables line the front of the restaurant, while a large circular table encloses a fire pit in the back and a dozen TVs hang throughout. Outside, a large metal rooster perches in a tree overlooking both a dog park and outdoor seating, where visitors can occasionally catch live music performances while downing their typical Texan fare. As an added bit of quirk, Freddie’s Place lists all menu items in cents – so be sure to pull out 789 pennies if you’d like to order the cheeseburger.