From Our Editors
At Dairy Del Ice Cream, tables shaded with neon umbrellas make it easy to bask in a beautiful summer day while downing a ice-cream sundae loaded with whipped cream. The bright red walk-up stand—a family-owned neighborhood landmark since its opening in 1951—sells classic treats including soft-serve ice cream, banana splits, chili dogs, hamburgers, popcorn chicken, polish sausages, and loaded nachos. Head back to your car with a milk shake or malt for a sweet treat on the go, or hang out at a table and nibble on some funnel fries dusted with powdered sugar. As you enjoy your treat down to the last chocolaty lick, pedestrians and motorists will drift by this throwback establishment whose most recent owners want to preserve its vintage appeal, according to the Courier-Journal. "I just love old stuff," Wayne Madison told the newspaper. "We just want it to be what it used to be.