Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard

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Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard
Industry Fast food
Genre Hamburgers, Frozen custard
Headquarters Golden, Colorado
Goodtimes/Taco Johns restaurant in Commerce City, Colorado

Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard is a Golden, Colorado-based fast-food restaurant specializing in premium burgers and fresh frozen custard. Good Times Restaurants Inc. owns and operates 41 Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard locations, 38 of which are in Colorado, with two franchises in Wyoming and one in North Dakota.[1] According to the company, Good Times is looking to expand into the midwest, in markets such as Omaha, Sioux Falls, Des Moines and Sioux City.[citation needed]


Beginning in 1987[2] as Good Times Drive-Thru Burgers, the company opened its first location in Boulder, Colorado.

In 2005, Good Times began a test agreement[3] with Taco John's to open co-branded restaurants.[4] In 2007, Good Times introduced new Bambino Burgers,[5] “slider-like” product similar to a White Castle hamburger.

In 2009, the signature "Wild fries" were discontinued in favor of standard "fresh cut" fries. In 2010, the Wild fries were returned to the menu by popular demand.


Over the summer, Good Times allows teens to make a Spoonbender, a frozen custard mix-in treat at Junior Achievement's Business Week.


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