Fred Shambora and Barbara Gargan opened
the doors to Freddie's in 1995.
Freddie's is truly a family restaurant.

Today's Special

  Barb's 'Especial' Spaghetti   Barb's 'Especial' Spaghetti
Chopped tomato, Parmesan cheese, olive oil, and black pepper tossed in spaghetti. view more from the menu

On the Menu

Lasagna Lasagna
Barb's famous four-layer lasagna with ricotta, parmesan and mozzarella cheeses. Served two ways, Bolognese style or Marinara style.
House Garden Salad Large House Garden Salad Large
Romaine Lettuce, mixed with red cabbage and spinach, served up in your own bowl and topped with garbanzo beans, beets, tomatoes, Barb's famous dressing and parmesan cheese. (Refills $3)
Eggplant Parmigana Eggplant Parmigana
Fresh eggplant sliced, breaded and deep fried; topped with marinara and mozzarella. Served with a side of pasta.

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Freddies Location

111 K Ave
Kure Beach, NC 28449
(910) 458-5979

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
5:00pm -Til

Reviews

Even though I'm not changing my rating, I must write about Freddie's again. We had my birthday dinner there this week as they were one of the only nice restaurants who stayed open through the 'snow storm'. Such a great place. The food was great as us..

Erin S., Carolina Beach, NC
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Note that reservations can only be accepted by phone.





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About Freddies Restaurant

Fred Shambora and Barbara Gargan opened the doors to Freddie's in 1995. Freddie's is truly a family restaurant. Nikole Silva is the General Manager & the granddaughter of Barbara Gargan.

Freddie's serves authentic Italian cuisine in an Irish pub atmoshphere. You'll hear Al Martino crooning in the b...continue