What a great Denton Tradition! Great burgers and fries, rings or tots! Root Beer Floats or shakes- plus an owner with attitude and great classic music! Cant go wrong!
Reasonable prices, great catered service, tastes great...a replica from days ago. Music piping through, eat in or out Fast service, rarely a wait. A weekly visit for sure.
This is a Denton landmark as it has been serving the best hamburgers and shakes for decades. The quality of the food has withstood the test of time, but the building and parking lot shows its age. But, it is all about the food here as you can't help but wolf down the wonderful burgers and the shake or, better... 更多
I have eaten at Frosty's since I was a kid. You MUST get the frosted root beer mug. I love the feel of this place and the fact that they keep it as old-school as possible, but it's falling apart. The ceiling tiles are yellow and falling apart, I wish they would clean it up a little bit and keep... 更多
best hamburger in town /might want to take it to go if the place is busy / other things on the menu are good but not excellent like the burgers
Mr Frostys has been a Denton tradition for years. We've been eating here ever since I can remember and the food is still the same. Love the burgers, best onion rings, floats, great. The one place I can return to in Denton that is still the same. Randy and his family are awesome. If you need to know anything about... 更多
Excellent burgers for all four of us. The cringle cut fries were standard, but the onion rings were superior. One of us got tater tots and those were above average. As you drive up, it is not much to look at and you think you have been transported to 1950/60s with the sounds of Wolfman Jack on the speakers. The... 更多
We try to get there at least a couple of times a month. Burgers are excellent. But their root beer is what you want to go there for. They use their own recipe for it I was told. Their menu is varied and they even have home-made pimento cheese sandwich which was pretty darn good.
Mr. Frosty's still has the best burgers in town. the hickory burger is especially good. You can still get an old-fashioned root beer in a frosty mug too.
Family run, been going for 50 years, parking lot still more than rough, but if you want to touch base with 1950's/1960's drive-in burger joint, you have found your time machine. The smell of onions and frying beef patties meet you at the door. Yes, a little greasy, like a little naughty, but what the hell, the rootbeer float must... 更多