At the age of 16, Dan Proulx began working alongside his father, Armand, at Armand’s Auto Clinic, an auto repair shop owned and operated by Mr. Proulx in Sudbury’s “Flour Mill”.  A few years later, in 1991, father and son joined forces in a new venture, a “Partner-CHIP” called the Silver Bullet, which they purchased and opened at its current location at 593 Notre Dame Avenue.

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Fast forward 25 years later and Dan Proulx and his staff can still be found lovingly serving up those Legendary burgers and fresh cut fries to their loyal customers from this very same location. Some might even say that the Silver Bullet has become a Sudbury Landmark in its own right.

The Proulx family has always made it their mission to provide Silver Bullet customers with an exceptional “chip stand” experience; mouth-watering food made with the freshest products, sourced locally, and served with a smile. Our big, juicy, burgers are hand-made with fresh ground beef every morning and those crisp, golden fries are fresh-cut all day long. This consistent approach has been the cornerstone of the Silver Bullet’s success throughout the years. Simple and delicious!

Our customer’s enthusiasm is the driving force of our business! We have had the pleasure of experiencing our customer’s excitement each year as they eagerly anticipate our reopening in the spring. We look forward to seeing returning smiles and familiar faces and to getting to know each and every new one. We love hearing stories of the “long-winter’s craving” for a “Bullet Burger” or “Cheesy Poutine” and almost every customer asks “Where’s Cathy?” who is our resident staffer who has been with the Bullet almost as long as we’ve been open! (And after almost 25 years, you can be sure Cathy knows exactly what more than a few of our customer’s are ordering without having to ask).

So, stop by and see us at the Silver Bullet! You’ll likely see Dan chatting with customers or helping out the staff. He loves hearing feedback and ideas from his customers! So if you see him around, stop and say hello, tell him how we’re doing, or just say MMMMMM! He’ll get the idea. 🙂