Choose Between Two Options
- $7.50 for $15 worth of anything on the menu
- $9 for a punch-card good for five medium Concrete Mixers (a $19.45 value)
Culver’s menu includes their signature butter burgers ($2.29), which you can have with cheese ($2.59), or for an additional fee, as a bacon-deluxe, in which two patties are each layered with cheese. The Concrete Mixers—Culver’s take on a thick, customizable milkshake—come with a base flavor such as chocolate or vanilla. You can then add up to two toppings, such as cookie dough, brownie pieces, Snickers, and bananas, before it’s all spun together into a cold, creamy dessert.
Menu prices subject to change.
When Craig and Lea Culver created the first Culver’s restaurant in 1984, they wanted to serve homemade burgers like Craig’s mom used to make. These burgers—now known as the ButterBurgers—are made with fresh, Midwest beef patties, and served on a toasty, buttered bun. The burgers are also what helped put Culver’s on the map—there are now more than 500 locations scattered across 19 states. At each restaurant, patties are cooked right on the grill. The other main hallmark of Culver’s menu is its rich, creamy frozen custard, which you can have drizzled with hot fudge or use as a foundation for a signature Concrete Mixer and have it decorated with Oreos and Butterfingers.