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$5 for Four Small Kustard Cones at Cherry Street Creamery ($10 Value)

Cherry Street Creamery

89% of 90 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

Housemade kustard comes in four flavors and seasonal selections with new ones always being unveiled

The Fine Print

Expires Aug 7th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

$5 for Four Small Kustard Cones ($10 Value)

The menu includes vanilla, chocolate, chocolate almond, and a rotating flavor of the week. New flavors are posted to their Facebook page. This deal is good for eight scoops of kustard, so Groupon customers can opt for four smalls (two scoops each), two larges (four scoops each), or one large and two small kustard cones.

Cherry Street Creamery

According to a profile on IndeOnline.com, Cherry Street Creamery owner Lea Jackson practically has ice cream flowing through her veins. Born into a family of ice-cream entrepreneurs, Lea opened up shop in Canal Fulton in 1999 and customers have been flocking to her stand for their regular summer “kustard" fixes ever since. Made onsite from a secret family recipe, her kustard comes in four flavors, such as raspberry pomegranate and chocolate almond. Her friendly staff also scoops out 23 types of ice cream and serves up Chicago dogs, Coney dogs, hamburgers, nachos, and paninis to their hungry clientele. Cherry Street Creamery shuts its green shutters during the winter and is open from approximately March through the end of October, just like amusement parks and the sun.


89% of 90 customers recommend

  • “the soft serve ice cream was exceptionally soft, melting before it could be enjoyed.”

  • “Great soft serve ice cream worth the trip!! ”

  • “Excellent ice cream and friendly people”

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    Cherry Street Creamery

    136 Cherry St W

    Canal Fulton, OH 44614


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