If we all screamed at once for ice cream, the resulting sonic boom would destroy the sun, turning the entire solar system into a freezer in which we could store more ice cream. Shout for a scoop with this Groupon.
$5 for $10 Worth of Ice Cream
Bruster’s menu is populated with frozen treats including sundaes ($3.99+), shakes ($3.99+), hand-packed to-go quarts ($6.31), and banana splits ($4.99). At the Orlando location, smoothies are not sold but Nathan's Famous hot dogs and fries are available for purchase.
Bruster's Ice Cream and Nathan’s Famous
Every day at Bruster's Ice Cream, passionate ice-cream professionals craft fresh frozen treats while drawing from an arsenal of more than 150 recipes. At any given time, up to 24 different ice-cream flavors situate themselves on the shop’s menu, providing creamy canvases for a mélange of toppings including M&M’s, Oreos, peanut butter cups, chocolate chips, fudge, and gummy worms. A lineup of yogurt, sorbet, and fat-free selections provide lighter yet equally satisfying alternatives to traditional cones, and chilled beverages such as shakes, freezes, and fresh-fruit smoothies challenge slurpers to sip until lips become permanently frozen in the shape of an ear-to-ear grin. Bruster's also makes ice-cream pies, 8-inch cakes, and sheet cakes. To balance out the super-sweet selection, the Orlando location on Alafaya Trail also serve Nathan’s Famous’s celebrity hot dogs and krinkle fries. In addition to dishing out treats from behind the counter, Bruster’s totes its refreshing repertoire to various events, where the company typically donates a portion of its sales to the event’s cause. For fundraising information, please contact the Bruster's during business hours.
Brusters Real Ice cream is exactly what the name says..its real ice cream;really, really good ice cream.Bettina T., Yelp, 6/8/10
96% of 135 customers recommend
“delicious ice cream----quality”
“great cashier, good atmosphere, good value, and will come again”
“The ice cream was wonderful. I will go back to try some different flavors.”