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

Clam Sauce, White or Red Clam Sauce, White or Red
Chopped and whole sauteed clams. Red clam sauce is with our marinara White clam sauce is with olive oil, white wine, garlic and lemon.
Peach/ Pecan Chop Peach/ Pecan Chop
A flame grilled chop topped with sliced peaches sauteed in butter, brown sugar, pecans and peach liquor top this tender chop.
Rack of Lamb Rack of Lamb
A perfectly seasoned New Zealand rack of lamb roasted to your discretion, served with the traditional mint jelly & a side itemof your choice.

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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

I've been around the world eating food, On top of that I grew up in a neighborhood outside of Chicago where you are either Italian or Swedish.... I'm blonde. But the food I had was amazing. And Freddie's is amazing! The food and service is incre..

Bradford S., Durham, NC
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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