Culver’s Menu Prices

Culver’s is a fast food restaurant that mainly operates in Midwestern parts of the United States. Its trademark foods are ButterBurgers and frozen custard. Culver’s prices are usually more expensive than the industry’s average, and that’s partially because their food servings are larger.

Culver’s offers a big variety of food, including ButterBurgers, chicken sandwiches and tenders, various sides, frozen custard, shakes, malts, and drinks.

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Below are the latest Culver’s menu prices.

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Food Size Price


The Culver’s Deluxe Single $2.99
The Culver’s Deluxe Double $4.59
The Culver’s Deluxe Triple $5.99
The Culver’s Bacon Deluxe Single $3.49
The Culver’s Bacon Deluxe Double $5.09
The Culver’s Bacon Deluxe Triple $6.49
ButterBurger “The Original” Single $2.79
ButterBurger “The Original” Double $4.29
ButterBurger “The Original” Triple $5.59
ButterBurger Cheese Single $2.99
ButterBurger Cheese Double $4.59
ButterBurger Cheese Triple $5.99
Cheddar ButterBurger Single $3.09
Cheddar ButterBurger Double $4.79
Cheddar ButterBurger Triple $6.29
Cheddar ButterBurger with Bacon Single $3.59
Cheddar ButterBurger with Bacon Double $5.29
Cheddar ButterBurger with Bacon Triple $6.79
Mushroom & Swiss Single $3.39
Mushroom & Swiss Double $5.09
Mushroom & Swiss Triple $6.59
Sourdough Melt Single $3.39
Sourdough Melt Double $5.09
Sourdough Melt Triple $6.59
Wisconsin Swiss Melt Single $3.39
Wisconsin Swiss Melt Double $5.09
Wisconsin Swiss Melt Triple $6.59

Value Baskets

Build Your Own With Any ButterBurger or Sandwich

Classic Side with a Medium Drink $3.00
Premium Side with a Medium Drink $4.00

Sandwiches & Favorites

Chicken Tenders (Regular or Buffalo) 4 Pc. $4.99
Chicken Tenders (Regular or Buffalo) – Basket 4 Pc. $7.99
Chicken Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) $4.29
Chicken Sandwich (Grilled or Crispy) – Basket $7.29
Grilled Reuben Melt $4.69
Grilled Reuben Melt – Basket $7.69
Pork Tenderloin $4.29
Pork Tenderloin – Basket $7.29
North Atlantic Cod Filet $4.89
North Atlantic Cod Filet – Basket $7.89
Beef Pot Roast Sandwich $4.19
Beef Pot Roast Sandwich – Basket $7.19

Snackpack Meals

Includes Entree, Small Fries, and Small Soft Drink

ButterBurger “The Original” Single $4.19
ButterBurger Cheese Single $4.39
Cheddar or Swiss ButterBurger Single $4.49
The Culver’s Deluxe Single $4.39
The Culver’s Bacon Deluxe Single $4.89
Mushroom & Swiss Single $4.79
Chicken Tenders (Regular or Buffalo) 2 Pc. $4.79

Kids’ Meals

Includes Fries or Applesauce, Drink or Milk, and Frozen Custard

Butter Burger $4.99
Butter Burger Cheese $4.99
Tenders 2 Pc. $4.99
Corn Dog $4.99
Grilled Cheese $4.99


Includes Fries or Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans or Cole Slaw, and Dinner Roll

Fresh Fried Chicken Dinner 2 Pc. $5.99
Fresh Fried Chicken Dinner 4 Pc. $8.29
North Atlantic Cod Dinner 2 Pc. $9.29
North Atlantic Cod Dinner 3 Pc. $11.29
Butterfly Jumbo Shrimp Dinner 6 Pc. $8.19
Butterfly Jumbo Shrimp Dinner 10 Pc. $10.99
Beef Pot Roast Dinner $7.19
Chopped Steak Dinner $6.69

Chicken To Go

Meals Include Choice of 2 Classic Sides

Chicken 8 Pc. $12.29
Chicken – Meal 8 Pc. $17.29
Chicken 12 Pc. $17.79
Chicken – Meal 12 Pc. $23.79
Chicken 16 Pc. $22.79
Chicken – Meal 16 Pc. $32.79
Chicken 20 Pc. $27.79
Chicken – Meal 20 Pc. $38.29

Salads & Soups

Chicken Cashew Salad (Grilled Chicken) $6.49
Garden Fresco Salad $4.19
Garden Fresco Salad (Grilled Chicken) $6.49
Cranberry Bacon Bleu Salad (Grilled Chicken) $6.49
Hearty Soup Regular $2.79
George’s Chili Regular $2.89
Chili Supreme Regular $3.29


Soft Drink Small $1.69
Soft Drink Medium $1.89
Soft Drink Large $2.29
Root Beer Float Small $2.29
Root Beer Float Medium $2.99
Iced Tea Small $1.69
Iced Tea Medium $1.89
Iced Tea Large $2.29
White or Chocolate Milk $1.69
Bottled Water $1.69

Cones & Dishes

Chocolate, Vanilla, or Flavor of the Day

Cake Cone or Dish 1 Scoop $2.29
Cake Cone or Dish 2 Scoop $2.99
Cake Cone or Dish 3 Scoop $3.59
Waffle Cone 1 Scoop $2.79
Waffle Cone 2 Scoop $3.49
Waffle Cone 3 Scoop $4.09

Mixers, Shakes & Malts

Concrete Mixers Mini $2.69
Concrete Mixers Short $3.09
Concrete Mixers Regular $4.19
Concrete Mixers Tall $4.99
Shakes Short $2.59
Shakes Regular $3.69
Shakes Tall $4.49
Malts Short $2.69
Malts Regular $3.79
Malts Tall $4.59
Additional Topping $0.25
Add Nuts $1.00


Create Your Own 1 Scoop $2.79
Create Your Own 2 Scoop $3.59
Create Your Own 3 Scoop $4.29
Turtle 1 Scoop $3.79
Turtle 2 Scoop $4.59
Turtle 3 Scoop $5.29
Caramel Cashew 1 Scoop $3.79
Caramel Cashew 2 Scoop $4.59
Caramel Cashew 3 Scoop $5.29
Fudge Pecan 1 Scoop $3.79
Fudge Pecan 2 Scoop $4.59
Fudge Pecan 3 Scoop $5.29


Crinkle Cut Fries $1.89
Cole Slaw $1.89
Mushed Potatoes $1.89
Green Beans $1.89
Side Salad $1.89
Onion Rings $2.69
Chili Cheddar Fries $3.49
Cheese Curds $3.49

Culver’s was founded in 1984 in Sauk City, Wisconsin, and today it is headquartered in Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin.

Culver’s prices are considered to be higher than the average fast food industry because they’re categorized as somewhat of a novelty fast food due to their wide range of offers in frozen custard. Their menu is similar to that of Steak ‘n Shake.

To view more information about Culver’s, visit their official website.

Culver’s FAQ

Which states is Culver’s in?

Culver’s is in 25 states. They are located mostly in the Midwestern states, and there are 18 more restaurants under construction.

What time does Culver’s open?

Culver’s opens at 10 a.m. seven days a week depending on the store’s location. However, the opening hours may differ on holidays, so just be sure to view their website.

What time does Culver’s close?

Culver’s closes at 10 p.m. In some locations, the closing hours may differ by one or two hours, so be sure to use the official website to confirm.

What year was Culver’s founded?

Culver’s was founded in 1984. They barely survived because of tough competition, but Culver’s was known for their butter burgers and frozen custards and has ever since grown to become one of the most popular fast food franchises in the country.

Where was the first Culver’s opened?

The first Culver’s was opened in Sauk City, Wisconsin. Culver’s has extended from Minnesota to Florida and many states in between. There are some locations they haven’t opened yet, but there are plans to expand throughout the entire US.

Who owns Culver’s?

Culver’s is owned by Roark Capital Group. Roark is big in the quick-serve game with holdings in the principal company that owns many other well-known restaurants like Carl’s Junior, Hardee’s, and Moe’s.

How many Culver’s restaurants are there?

There are 710 restaurants in 25 states. Amazingly, out of the 710 restaurants, there are six that are company-owned and the rest are operated and owned by independent franchisees.

Who started Culver’s?

Culver’s was started by Craig Culver and his family. The original Culver’s was owned and managed by his parents George and Ruth Culver with the business name as Sauk City A&W Rootbeer. This business was sold, and they later managed a country club. Craig later left college and bought back the A&W, which he operated for a few years and then later sold A&W Rootbeer again. Two years later he gave it another shot and with a huge transformation. He reopened A&W Rootbeer and renamed it Culver’s Butter Burgers and Frozen

How did Culver’s get its name?

Culver’s got its name from a dollop of butter on the crown of the bun, which gives it a toasty and buttery flavor. Most have the imagery of a bun dipped in loads of butter, but the name is a misnomer. The Butterburger from Culver’s isn’t really a “Butter burger.”

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  1. Robert Blue says:

    You say “Culver’s prices are usually more expensive than the industry’s average, and that’s partially because their food servings are higher.”

    Is this redunduncy in action, a commentary on our educational system or did you mean something else? Like for instance, does this mean the prices on their food servings are simply higher? What is the other side of partially, anyway? Why beat around the bush? Tell us what you really mean!

    1. Editorial Staff says:

      Hi Robert,

      There are many factors that fast food restaurants use to set their prices. Most of those factors are not publicly-known information so there is no true way for us to know why prices are what they are.

      The “serving size” was one possible guess as to why the prices are higher. If you compare Culver’s North Atlantic Cod Fish Sandwich (292g serving size) to the Filet-O-Fish Sandwich from McDonald’s (142g serving size) you can clearly see the difference. It is basically twice the size.

      Hope that helps.

    2. Why do you have to be such a douche about it. You clearly knew what he meant.

  2. We were on your web site to view your prices and they are good prices,but where are the side dishes to choose from and how much are the sides???

  3. Janna McCoy says:

    My mom said that she went to Culvers on University in Peoria, IL yesterday & bought 3 pints of choc pecan custard for $17.00. Why was it so expensive? I thought their prices were $4.00 a pint & $6.00 for 2 pints. Please help me to figure this out. Sincerely,
    Janna McCoy

  4. where are the prices for sides? Not a good site if a whole category is missing

    1. If I am reading the menu correctly,under Dinners the sides are listed as french fries or mashed potatoes,green beans or coleslaw.
      It is a bit confusing,but our Culvers is very good about letting you pick your side from most anything on the menu. Culvers is the cleanest and friendliest place to eat fast food.But the dinners are not like fast food. Delicious Pot Roast,and meat loaf
      Burger excellent.
      So glad you can to our community.

  5. sharon clerc says:

    I was looking for onion ring prices?

    1. Editorial Staff says:

      Hi Sharon, we just added the Onion Ring prices to the menu. They are a premium side, which are about $3.49.

  6. Louann Masters says:

    I wish you had coupons that just needed a number to use. My house burned down in Januruary and I haven’t got a printer yet,and I sure miss those coupons.

  7. Gregory Smith says:

    can u add the Pub Burger or whatever their new sandwich is called

  8. teez love says:

    i was looking for the handcrafted beverages?

  9. James Whitworth says:

    Who cares about price as long as you get quality food.

  10. All of you negative penny pinchers need to shut the F up! Go to McDonald’s where shit is cheep. I prefer a delicious butter burger any day. I don’t care if it costs $5 more. Totally worth it. I do know where ur worthless negative comments are important and valued. Chech out

    1. PennyPincher says:

      Well aren’t you just one big ray of sunshine!
      P.s. youspelledpalatewrong

  11. Can you tell me the price of your custard ice cream in pints ? Also can you get all flavors ? Making a trip to your area and will be bringing some back for friends. Thanks.

  12. the pughs says:

    Very disappointed with the way they conduct their business..we have eaten at Culvers twice &.found almost impossible to find parking! We tried to order chicken dinner..via cell& the owner very in an abrupt manner..that they do not serve that way .we would have to come there & wait 30 to 45minutes top get our order..this after another emoployee told me yes we.could.order over the.cell…if the owner had been more curtious and not so abrupt they would have our future business..but not now!

    1. lol at pughs…you stop going there because they won’t treat you different than other people? The dumb kid who told you could order via cell phone was obviously wrong….

    2. Hello, the owner or manager obviously doesn’t know what they are talking about. We receive multiple “call in” orders in a day. The customer simply calls in, orders there food, then comes in to pick it up.

    3. Dude it’s a fast food joint, not a restaurant. Do you call and order food at McDonalds too?

  13. this is the best resturant ever

  14. Tom Grooters says:

    I eat at the Culver’s on 54th St SW in Wyoming, MI (store 208) 3 to 5 times a week, There food is great always hot and severed very fast. Their prices are very reasonable. I have never had a bad meal there yet.

  15. Diane zenil says:

    Love culvers maybe a little pricier but well worth it love the food! Also hah a problem months back and you fixed it. Thank you! Diane Zenil

  16. Menu is a bit confusing–classic side v. premium side? That “value basket” doesn’t sound like much of a value to me. Saying that it’s similar to Steak-n-Shake ain’t helping; at Steak-n-Shake, you need a magnifying glass to find the meat on your burger. Nice, fluffy bun, though…

    1. Culvers is way better than steak and shake

  17. prices must be from 2 years or more old. I ordered the 2 scoop sundae with a coupon and it was $4.29 before tax.

  18. Does Culver’s still use high fructose corn syrup in their ice cream?

  19. So much for commenting….never posted….think I’m done with Culver’s & their high priced dinners with very small portions!

    1. How much food do you need??? America – land of the super-sized waistlines.

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