Dress like Frisch's Big Boy, get free food - Tucson News Now

Dress like Frisch's Big Boy, get free food

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Customers who dress like the Frisch's Big Boy can get free food on Friday.

The restaurant is celebrating the birthday of founder David Frisch. Anyone who dresses in the iconic red-checkered overalls can receive a free Big Boy sandwich.

The offer is available for dine-in customers only on May 3.

Customers who dress head-to-toe like Big Boy will receive a free Big Boy latter. Customers will receive a free sandwich if they wear a partial costume or a printable paper costume that is available at www.frischs.com.

David Frisch was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on May 3, 1902. He opened the Mainliner, the Cincinnati area's first year-round drive-in restaurant in 1939. Nine years later, the first Frisch's opened on Central Parkway.

There are currently 96 restaurants under the name Frisch's Big Boy in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.

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