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General Manager Mike Hinesh and local leaders cut the ribbon on Culver’s at Clift Farm.

Culver’s opens second Madison-area restaurant in Clift Farm

MADISON – Culver’s is now serving up its beloved butterburgers and custard at a second Madison-area location!

Culver’s in Clift Farm opened to hungry diners recently. The Madison Chamber of Commerce along with Madison County Commissioner Mac McCutcheon made the new restaurant’s opening official with a ribbon cutting last week week. The location is the second for franchise owner Mike Hinesh who owns Madison and North Alabama’s original Culver’s on Wall Triana Highway in front of the Kroger shopping center.

The Wall Triana Culver’s opened in June 2020 as the first of the Wisconsin-based chain in North Alabama and one the first few in the entire state. Hinesh and his crew overcame the challenges of opening during the COVID-19 pandemic, and for their exceptional work and customer service, were presented with the chain’s Franchisee Newcomer Award in 2021.

After the success of the first location, Hinesh knew a second one was needed.

“It was well-received by the community for the first one. Why not do a second one?”, he said.

He immediately looked to the Clift Farm development, which had been in consideration for the first location but was unavailable at the time.

The Blue Crew is bringing the same outstanding customer service and fresh, made-to-order food to the Clift Farm restaurant. Culver’s Clift Farm retains the homestyle charm inside of the Wall Triana location as well as patio seating but improves the dining experience with a double drive-thru and increased booth seating for dine-in guests.

Hinesh attributes the warm welcome Culver’s has received from Madison to the quality of food and service and the variety of the menu, “I think its well-received not only from the freshness standpoint, but we have a very diverse menu. So, if you want a salad, you can get a salad. It’s just not burgers and frozen custard. I think that’s what the guests have been very receptive of.”

At the ribbon cutting for the new location, Madison Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Michelle Epling expressed her enthusiasm for a second location, “We are so excited to have another location for our families that live in and around the Madison-Huntsville area to have a quick place to grab a nice family meal during their busy afternoon and evening activities.”

The Culver’s chain is rapidly expanding beyond Wisconsin and the Midwest nationwide, and the Clift Farm store is the chain’s nine-hundred twenty-first store. Culver’s in Clift Farm is open 10 am to 10 pm Monday through Sunday. Visit culvers.com for more information.



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