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Remembering the historic Paso Robles Foster’s Freeze 

Foster's Freeze closes

The historic Foster’s Freeze at 2524 Spring Street in Paso Robles closed earlier this year. It had has been in business in Paso Robles since 1952. They served made to order hamburgers, chicken and a wide variety of other entrees along with their famous soft-serve milkshakes and ice cream.

The interior space is now a cleaned-out shell. The property is listed for sale at $495,000. It has 1,232 square-feet of space on a half-acre at the north end of town.

Robyn (Taylor) Naylor sent in old newspaper clippings from the Paso Robles Journal dated May 22, 1952. Naylor’s parents were Hobart and Ruth Taylor who opened the Foster’s Freeze.

From the Paso Robles Journal:

“Owners and managers of the new Foster’s “Old Fashion” Freeze store at 2524 Spring Street are Hobart and Ruth Taylor, both well-known here. Taylor was raised in Templeton and Mrs. Taylor lived here during the last war when she did secretarial work at Camp Roberts. After operating a successful business in Southern California for the past six years they sold out there recently to come to Paso Robles to establish their home and new business.

“This handsome new Foster’s “Old Fashion” Freeze store in Paso Robles is the latest edition to the famous chain and makes its two hundred and eleventh store in the State of California. Foster’s reputation is well-known for the highest in quality and fine flavor. Foster’s uses in its malts, shakes and sundaes only frozen fresh fruits – not artificial flavorings. Try our specialties – The famous Orange Float and Orange Freeze.”




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