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The building that now hosts Fred's Place has been a restaurant since 1959. It became Fred's Place around 1997, when the owner, Fred Ziaz, took a friend's tip to buy the yellow-topped eatery. The black-and-white checkered floors, lime-green paint, and empty gumball machine are as telling as the line of eight always-occupied bar stools. This place is a classic, and customers often seem to know each other. Fred's Place has become a cherished secret for regulars -- a place where they know a hamburger means a half-pound of beef on a bun.
544 W Lake St, Elmhurst, IL 60126
(630) 834-2426
  • Accessibility Details: It sits at street level.
  • Hours: Mon - Sat, 24 hrs; Sun, closes at 6pm and reopens Monday at 5am.
  • Accessible: yes
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