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Best wishes on your day! Is today your birthday? If so, prove it (by driver’s license, military draft card, birth certificate, etc.) and a special Sundae will be made for you on the house, free of charge, for nothing.

PUBLIC NOTICE

www.FarrellsUSA.com

AMERICA’S #1 ICE CREAM PARLOUR RESTAURANT
Since 1963 ©Farrell’s

Santa Clarita, California (661) 253-4386

Farrell’s Sundae News
When News Breaks, We Fix It!
Ice Cream Cone is World’s Fair Favorite
The Ice Cream Cone was introduced at the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904. It has remained a favorite to this day where as many as 4,500,000 are sold each year.

Circulation: Millions

Volume 813
fountain fantasies, fabulous food, frolicking funfilled surroundings, and family type wholesomeness. At Farrell’s peak the chain numbered over 130 stores across the United States. Under Bob’s leadership there was great success and no store failures. He later sold the restaurants to a major corporation in 1971. As it sometimes happens with large companies, the spark was gone. During its ownership tenure, the company began a divestiture of restaurant assets. By 1995 only one store remained. Keep reading because this story has a happy ending.

HISTORY OF ICE CREAM
First Century Fiddler Fathers Fountain Fantasies.
Believe it or not the whole thing started back when Emperor Nero played his fiddle. Nero had the brilliant brainstorm that led to the fabulous discovery of ice cream. It was Emperor Nero, in the first century, who sent fleets of slaves to the mountains to bring back snow and ice to cool and perhaps freeze the fruit drinks he favored. Then in the “Gay Nineties” of the thirteenth century a world traveler named Marco Polo brought back from the Orient a recipe for making water ices, which he said had been in use in the region for thousands of years. Nero fiddled while the ice cream froze.

Farrell’s Rebirth
In 1996, a new company, whose mission is to bring back the heydays of Farrell’s past, acquired Farrell’s. Our organization is staying true to philosophies upon which the original company was founded. Bob Farrell still resides in Portland and runs several successful restaurant chains and conducts speaking engagements. His “Give ‘em the Pickle” presentation has been heard by hundreds of companies nationwide. Bob Farrell is with us each step of the way as we bring Farrell’s into the Twenty First Century. We appreciate your presence here today and hope you enjoy Farrell’s with us. Oh, what’s the “Give ‘em the Pickle” thing? It’s our commitment to exceed your expectations. Ask one of us and we will give you the whole story. If you have any comments or you would like to grow with us, give us a call. Thanks!

Syrups, Sodas, & Sundaes
Back when Andy Jackson was still in the backwoods of Tennessee, the folks there were sipping carbonated water thanks to a fella named John Mathews. Soda water was known in those days to give you health, vitality and long life. Soda shops popped up all over the country. It wasn’t long until syrup flavorings were added to sweeten the taste. One summer in 1874 a desperate concessionaire who ran out of syrup during the noon rush, scooped ice cream into a glass of bubbly water and the ice cream soda was born. A few years later prohibitionists in Evanston, Illinois, declared soda water intoxicating and outlawed sodas on Sunday. An ingenious drug store operator found a loophole. He left out the soda water and simply served the syrup on the top of ice cream. The result was the world’s first ice cream “Sunday”. The spelling was changed to Sundae when town fathers objected to using the Sabbath’s name. (If your soda hasn’t arrived yet, call your Server.)

Who Was Charles of the Fizz?
Actually 300 years ago, he was Charles the First of England. The King's French chef had concocted a frozen dessert or cream ice which the assembled gourmets received and consumed with delight. The King was so pleased with this culinary masterpiece that he invoked executive privilege by pensioning the cook with a 500 British pound annual stipend just to restrict the recipe to the royal table. (See…. our fountain fizzicists do have a future!)

THE

PROMISE SINCE 1963
We believe that just by being in business we’ve made a promise to our guests that their expectations will be exceeded. If we fail to keep our promise, we have no right to be in business. So if we ever let you down, please let us know about it. Without you, we are nothing.

The Sigh Heard ‘Round the World
Seventy-five years before the shot was fired at Lexington, the soon-to-be-Americans were oohing and aahhing over ice cream delicacies made by a New York caterer named Phillip Physic (no phooling, that was his real name.)

The Ice Cream Age
From the Stone Age, to the Iron Age, to the Nuclear Age, to the Ice Cream Age civilization marches on. Today, of course, the craving for ice cream has spread to the four corners of our planet. As a fiddler, Nero was not so hot, but Nero is a hero in the ice cream world.

Farrell’s Is Fabulous Fun
What makes Farrell’s Fun?
We think our people make the biggest contribution and we’d like to beat the drum about them. Just take a look around you at the people serving you or creating our fountain fantasies and food festivities. They come from right here in the community which has always .been the practice. There have been over 100,000 people who have worked at a Farrell’s over the past thirty years. The other element of the fun are our guests - you. Countless people have celebrated a birthday, met their spouse, or had their first sip of an ice cream soda at a Farrell’s. We want to thank you for letting Farrell’s be a part of your lives and the community. We might have left for a while, but we have moved back into town. Remember, when you come to Farrell’s, come prepared to have fun, because that’s why we are here. When we see you having a good time, we know we’ve done our job well. (If you have finished your soda by now, how about a sundae?)

HISTORY OF FARRELL’S

President George Washington, knowing a great tradition when he saw one, had pewter ice cream pots and ice cream making machines in his Mount Vernon home. (His favorite was strawberry.) . President Madison’s wife, Dolly, kept things jolly in the White House by introducing ice cream to the Executive banquet table and by then, ice cream was as American as apple pie. (If your soda hasn't arrived yet, keep reading!)

Our Founder, Robert Farrell
Farrell’s was founded in September, 1963, by Robert Farrell and Ken McCarthy of Portland, Oregon. Bob’s the man who brought back the good old 1900’s American Ice Cream Parlour. He did it with an unbeatable formula of fantastic

KITCHEN GET READY, GET SET...
AMERICAN FRIES, There is nothing French about these. 2 lbs $4.69
Two pounds of Idaho’s best with Farrell’s Famous Sauce. One pound $2.49

SOUP & SALADS
YESTERDAY’S SOUP, CUP
(Today’s Soup Available Tomorrow, Sorry.)

$2.49 $3.29 $2.69 $3.49 $2.49 $4.39 $6.49

YESTERDAY’S SOUP, BOWL CHILI, CUP CHILI, BOWL SIDE SALAD CUP OF SOUP AND SALAD CAESAR SALAD
Crisp romaine lettuce tossed in a traditional Caesar dressing and topped with Parmesan cheese and croutons. Served with a grilled chicken breast add $1.50

SEASONED WAFFLE FRIES CHILI CHEESE FRIES SLUGGER BURGERS – LOUISVILLE BASKET (3)

2 lbs $5.89 $7.99 $7.29 $6.99 $5.99

Two pounds of Idaho’s other best with Farrell’s Famous Sauce. One pound $3.29

Steaming hot chili ladled over a mountain of waffle fries and topped off with melted cheddar cheese. Just like the mini-burgers you remember from the mid-west without the aftermath. With grilled onions, pickle, Farrell’s sauce & cheese

OLD FASHION ONION RINGS CHICKEN STRIPS
With BBQ sauce or ranch dressing

OOO-so-sweet Spanish onions cut in hearty slices and breaded with old fashioned bread crumbs.

Dating back as far as 1884, the hamburger became immensely popular in the 1950’s and it looks like Americans will never tire of it. At Farrell’s we have selected variations from around the country. Thick, juicy, and cooked to perfection, all burgers are served on an original Farrell’s bun and Farrell’s own sauce served with fries. Any of our hamburgers can be substituted for a turkey or veggie patty. Please add $1.25 to the price below if you want to substitute a chicken breast. Add a cup of yesterday’s soup or side salad to your sandwich for $1.95

HAMBURGERS

When a savvy 18th-century servant layered some meat between two slices of bread for the

SANDWICHES

fourth Earl of Sandwich, who wouldn’t leave the table during a card game, John Montagu created culinary history. Although the British population never sank its teeth into this idea, Americans embraced the concept and found endless variations. Around the time of the American Civil War, sandwiches were being served as a simple supper. By the mid-20th century, the sandwich had become a major mealtime tradition. Add a cup of soup or side salad for $1.95 All sandwiches served with fries.

THE ALL AMERICAN LAREDO BURGER
Our All American topped with green chili and Pepper jack cheese.

$7.39 $8.79 $8.29 $8.79 $8.79 $8.99

Farrell’s old-fashioned burger, on an onion bun, with lettuce, pickle, onion and tomato. Add your choice of cheese .40; Cheddar, American, Swiss, or Pepper jack cheese.

REUBEN

$8.79

SWISS MUSHROOM
Our All American with grilled mushrooms and Swiss cheese.

Although many consider this sandwich a New York delicatessen original, Nebraska also lays claim to the invention. A generous helping of tender corned beef, zesty Swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing, and sauerkraut blended and lavishly heaped on grilled rye bread.

THE CLUB

$9.29

CAROLINAS’ BBQ BACON CHEESEBURGER TALK OF THE TOWN WHAMBURGER
Man oh Man! Ham, American cheese, bacon, lettuce, and tomato.

We smother our basic burger with BBQ sauce, topped with your choice of cheese, onion rings, and bacon.

Thought to have originated by a promotion on American passenger trains. Passengers could get a sandwich with three slices of bread in the club car. (No Joke.) We use breast of turkey, bacon, lettuce, Swiss cheese, tomatoes, and sauce on toasted sourdough bread.

PHILLY CHEESE STEAK

$8.99

Our most popular burger – the bacon makes the difference – with melted American cheese, lettuce, and tomato.

A 1930’s invention, it’s all in the name. Very thinly sliced steak, sautéed onions, green bell peppers, mushrooms, oozing mozzarella cheese, and mayo on a toasted French roll.

GRILLED CHICKEN SANDWICH $8.79 $8.29 $1.89 $2.79 $4.29

$8.79

TEXAS CHILI CHEESE BURGER
Our hamburger smothered with chili, cheddar cheese, and onions.

Tender marinated chicken breast grilled to perfection. Lettuce, tomato, swiss cheese, and mayonnaise on a toasted roll.

THE GRASS SKIRT, ALOHA.
A juicy hamburger with grilled pineapple, teriyaki sauce and Swiss cheese.

BLT

$7.49

If you ever wondered about the difference between an abbreviation & acronym this is an abbreviation for bacon, lettuce, and tomato. Served on toasted egg bread with sauce.

DOUBLES ADD
It’s a Farrell’s hit and a serving of double play-sure.

HAM AND CHEESE STACK

$8.49

TRIPLES ADD HOMERUNS ADD

Tasty stacked ham served on rye bread with Farrell’s sauce, Swiss cheese, lettuce and tomato.

If the double is twice as good as a single, then a triple is how many times better than a double? (Answer – order it and compare.)

GASTRONOMICALDELICATESSENEPICUREAN’S DELIGHT
The Gastro is available hot or cold. Wow! Corned beef, delicious stacked ham, moist turkey, Swiss cheese, crisp lettuce, red ripe tomatoes, sliced onions, and Italian dressing on a roll. It’s an evening’s eating for 1 to 8 people.

It’s a grand slamburger. Four patties (yes four) on a hamburger bun. Finish this one & you join the big leagues.

SINGLE GASTRO.
A hearty treat for you

$7.99 $14.99 $32.99

JUNIOR MEALS

JUST FOR KIDS

MINI GASTRO.
A hearty treat for two.

GIANT GASTRO. $5.99
Enough for a whole crew.

Tummy teasing appetite-pleasing combinations. All items served with french fries and a kidsized drink. 2 Slugger Burgers Grilled Cheese 2 Slugger Cheeseburgers Slice of Pizza Chicken Strips (3)

KIDDIE SOFT DRINKS MILK
8 oz single serving

$ .99 $3.29 $3.50 $2.99 $2.99 $2.99

An oven fresh fifteen-inch crust, oozing mozzarella cheese over tangy tomato sauce. Our cousin Mario would be proud!

Pizza

CLOWN SUNDAE KIDDIE BANANA SPLIT KIDDIE SHAKE
Chocolate or Strawberry

A scoop of vanilla ice cream with chocolate or strawberry topping (special cone hat, too!)

LARGE CHEESE THE WORKS TOPPINGS

$16.99 $22.99 $1.75

Pepperoni, Ham, Sausage, Chicken, Tomatoes, Onions, Bell Peppers, Mushrooms

KIDDIE FLOAT
Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Root Beer, Slice, or Orange

KIDDIE ICE CREAM SODA
Chocolate or Strawberry

HOT LUNCHEON SUNDAE

$2.29

Available with a meal order, it’s a single scoop of vanilla and your choice of hot topping: hot fudge, hot caramel, or hot butterscotch.

FOUNTAIN
Ice Cream

Sodas
Our own concoction topped with whipped cream and a cherry. Chocolate, Root Beer, Strawberry, Vanilla, Cherry, Mint Chocolate Chip, Pineapple, Coffee or Bob Farrell’s favorite – Choffee (Chocolate soda with Coffee ice cream.)

FARRELL’S ROCKY ROAD

SUNDAES

$6.29

What a trip! 2 scoops of Chocolaty chocolate ice cream smothered in a creamy marshmallow topping, whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry. Goes down smoothly.

C UST OM C ONC O CTION S
We don’t recommend the novice venturing into unknown territory. But if you are a skilled dessertologist, your discovery might wind up on our menu with the name you choose. If at first you don’t succeed keep trying, and trying, and trying.

OREO BLISS REGULAR SUPER SWIG SHAKES $4.69 $5.49 $4.69
What could be better than Oreo’s? can beat it for Oreo lovers.

$6.49
Add 3 scoops of vanilla

ice cream, hot fudge, whipped cream and a cherry. Nothing

DOUBLE SCOOP WITH 1-4 TOPPINGS

Old-time Rich and Creamy, Vanilla, Chocolate, Mint Chocolate Chip, Pineapple, Coffee, Root Beer, Cherry, Strawberry, or Butterscotch. With old-fashioned malt, add $ .50.

SUPER PURIST

$9.49

$6.49
TRIPLE SCOOP WITH 1-4 TOPPINGS

For people with a one track mind. Six scoops of vanilla ice cream and a whole pitcher of hot fudge. Serious eating.

$7.59
HOMERUN WITH 1-4 TOPPINGS

MOCHA NUT ICE CREAM FLOATS
Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Root Beer, Sierra Mist, Regular Super Swig

$6.29 ICE CREAM FLAVORS
Vanilla Chocolate Butter Pecan Strawberry Coffee Chocolate Mint Flake Lime Sherbet Orange Sherbet Raspberry Sherbet Rainbow Sherbet

$8.79 TOPPINGS
Hot Fudge Hot Caramel Hot Butterscotch Chocolate Syrup Strawberry Marshmallow Pineapple Blackberry Diced Almonds Spanish Peanuts Oreo Cookie Crumbles Whipped Cream Other Ice Cream and toppings available, ask your server.

Scoops of chocolate, butter pecan, and coffee ice cream, with coffee, chocolate and butterscotch toppings, whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry.

$4.69 $5.49

GOLDDIGGER

$6.29

This could have you dancin’ all night. Two scoops of

FARRELL’S FREEZES
Orange, Lime, and Raspberry. Regular Super Duper

scrumptious butter pecan ice cream beneath a luscious lode

$4.69 $5.49

of hot butterscotch and nuggets of fresh banana and whipped cream.

BEVERAGES
REFILLABLE POP
Pepsi Sierra Mist Dr. Pepper Mug Root Beer Diet Pepsi (What’s the point – you’re at Farrell’s) Fruit Punch

HOT CARAMEL NUTTY NUTTY $7.69
If you’re nutty about caramel, or just plain nutty. This has three scoops of vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, almonds, Spanish peanuts, and two cups of hot caramel. Be sure and argue with the Hot Fudge Nutty Nutty person about which is better.

$2.19
Lemonade Coffee Hot Chocolate

“THANK YOU FOOD NETWORK FOR MAKING FARRELL’S SUNDAES YOUR

BANANA SPLIT

$7.69

#3 MOST DECADENT DESSERT”

An American Beauty! Faithfully created for a great bunch of Americans: scoops of vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry

FARRELL’S CORNER FAVORITES

$2.39

ice cream with chocolate, pineapple, and strawberry toppings, whipped cream, nuts and a cherry.

Ancient treats – ask Mom and Dad. Vanilla Pepsi, Cherry Pepsi

RASPBERRY FIELDS FOREVER. $6.49

Belly Busters
(Not quite impossible, but fun trying) Become a tri-eathlete by going for the Triple Crown. You will receive an award each time you finish one of these by yourself. Complete the third and you will become a part of Farrell’s history.

Raspberry sauce tops it with three scoops of chocolate ice cream, hot fudge, whipped cream, chocolate sprinkles, and a cherry.

BLACK AND WHITE

$6.29

Day & night and abundant tastes. A scoop of Chocolate and vanilla ice cream, marshmallow topping, and hot fudge, whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry. No in-between reactions.

#1 GIBSON GIRLTM

$9.79 PARLOUR’S TIN ROOF $6.49
A great foundation of hot fudge and Spanish peanuts supports two scoops of vanilla ice cream. Topped with more creamy fudge, a tin roof of peanuts, whipped cream, and a cherry. It brings the house down.

THE

(Old Time Cutie) A combination of Farrell’s rich creamy vanilla ice cream, butterscotch topping plus cherry nectar from the Gods. Topped with whipped cream, exotic sherbets, and toasted nuts.

REBELS
(They just don’t fit neatly into any category.)

#2 MT. SAINT HELEN

$9.79

(Climb This One) A lava flow of streaming hot fudge covers vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream plus hot Caramel. Run for cover. Served with whipped cream, nuts, and a cherry.

HOT FUDGE NUTTY NUTTY

$7.69

CARAMEL NUGGET

$7.29

#3 THE PIG’S TROUGHTM

$10.99

For the hot fudge nut. Three scoops of magnificent vanilla ice cream topped with whipped cream, cherry, and nuts galore…toasted almonds and Spanish peanuts, two cups of hot fudge.

(Fit for a Pig) Picture this – our traditional banana split times two! Fit for a pig (you eat from a trough.) Plenty for two – just you and you

Candy bar lovers flip for this frosty fantasy. Creamy Caramel and nuts slumber under vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, Spanish peanuts, chocolate ice cream, more vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, nuts and a cherry.

HOT FUDGE BROWNIE $7.39

$7.49

HOT FUDGE SUNDAE FARRELL’S ZOO
Serves 1-10

$49.99

You thought we’d forget? Three scoops of vanilla ice cream resting on giant swirls of delicious hot fudge and topped off with whipped cream and nuts.

Think how sinful a hot fudge sundae is. Now sandwich it between a brownie. Add whipped cream and a cherry.

Every creation except the keeper. So huge it takes two strong Servers to deliver it to your table. Their knees sag under FIVE flavors of our famous ice cream. THREE fruit flavor sherbets, FIVE delicious toppings, whipped cream, cherries, nuts and bananas. Additional servings $4.99 per person.

FUDGE MINT MARVEL $.79 $.49

$7.49

SIDE ORDER OF HOT FUDGE SIDE ORDER OF NUTS

Same as our Hot Fudge Brownie only with chocolate mint ice cream, whipped cream, and a cherry.

HOT FUDGE VOLCANO

Serves 1-10

$49.99

ON YOUR BIRTHDAY THE SUNDAE IS ON US!

A lava flow of streaming hot fudge covers 30 (yes 30) scoops of vanilla ice cream delivered by our own island beauties under a pyrotechnic display not seen since the 4th of July. Purely and simply - A Hot Fudge Fanatics Paradise. Served with whipped cream, nuts and cherries. Additional servings $4.99 per person.

NO MATTER HOW LONG IT TAKES, OUR SERVICE IS FAST!

FREE

FOR NOTHING
You get a FREE Birthday Sundae (lighted candle and all) on your Birthday. Just tell the server then make a wish. For information on our special birthday parties, look on the back of the menu. FUN AND BIRTHDAY PARTIES should only happen at Farrell’s. “NO SUGAR ADDED” ICE CREAM IS AVAILABLE

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