Roy Rogers personnel, officials from the City of Frederick, Maryland, and other invited guests gathered earlier this month for the official unveiling of the renovated Roy Rogers Restaurant at Ballenger Creek in Frederick County, Maryland.

The updated site features new outdoor signage highlighting the Roy Rogers “Holy Trio” of roast beef, burgers and chicken, stone towers accentuating the rustic yet modern look and feel of the restaurant, enhanced exterior lighting, and a completely renovated dining room with new flooring, more varied seating, updated artwork, electronic charging stations, a large community table, and a new digital menu board. The Ballenger Creek restaurant serves as the test kitchen and training site for the Frederick-based chain and is the second restaurant to be outfitted with these new features. Renovations to additional sites are planned.

In celebration of the milestone, Roy Rogers donated $500 to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation during the ribbon cutting event, and held a fundraiser for the foundation later that day. Family-friendly activities including face painting, balloon art and magic acts were offered at the restaurant throughout the week, as were specials on items from the Roy Rogers menu and fundraisers for different local organizations each day.

Fast Food, News, Roy Rogers