$4 for $8 Worth of Frozen Custard Treats at Goodberry's Frozen Custard. Choose from Nine Locations.

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In a Nutshell

  • Fresh, frozen custard
  • No chemical preservatives
  • Personalized treats
  • Choose one of nine locations

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 30th, 2011. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for location purchased. Not valid for catering. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Having already endured a fate worse than death in a double broiler, delicate young custards quiver and shake at the prospect of being cruelly brûléed. Grant custard a kinder, cooler fate with today's Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of frozen custard treats at Goodberry's. Choose from one of the following nine North Carolina locations:

  • 2421 Spring Forest Rd., Raleigh
  • 9700 Strickland Rd., Raleigh
  • 9870 Leesville Rd., Raleigh
  • 2042 Clark Ave., Raleigh
  • 1146 Kildaire Farm Rd., Cary
  • 2325 Davis Dr., Cary
  • 1407 Garner Station Blvd., Garner
  • 11736 Retail Dr., Wake Forest
  • 3906 North Roxboro Rd., Durham.

Goodberry's locally owned-and-operated creamery has served up frozen custard for more than 20 years, fusing its treats from all-natural ingredients such as milk, cream, and honey. The confectioners choose to whip up new batches of its frozen custard hourly, which ensures maximum flavor and freshness and protects the desserts from enemy infiltration of chemical preservatives and artificial stabilizers. Their flavors are limited to three: vanilla made with real Madagascar beans, rich dark chocolate, and a rotating flavor of the day. Custard connoisseurs looking to bring some personality to their pudding cups can try a famous Goodberry's Carolina concrete ($4.49 for a regular), a custom treat made by decorating your selected flavor with any combination of mix-ins, and then served upside down as a testament to its self-described thickness and in protest to strict gravity laws.

Meanwhile, Goodberry's substantial stable of fresh fruit, nuts, syrups, and other toppings makes for an endless list of concrete combos. Mixers unable to make up their minds can try out the Carolina concrete creator to randomly generate a delicious dessert infused with two mix-ins. Custard can also greet hands in a cup or cone ($2.89 single, $3.49 double, $4.09 triple) or in a one-, two-, or three-scoop sundae ($3.69–$5.19), and frozen-custard cakes and pies make ideal treats for birthday celebrations and for celebrating successful tonsil evictions.

Buyers must choose redemption location at time of purchase.

Reviews

TripAdvisors rank the Goodberry's on Kildaire the number-two restaurant out of 230 in Cary. Citysearchers give that same location an average of 4.5 stars, and eight Yelpers give the Durham location an average of five stars.

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