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.
Choose from Five Options
- $10 for $20 worth of cookies and frozen treats, such as a milkshake ($3.50–$4.50), a sundae ($4.89–$5.19), ice cream ($3.50), and a 9-inch ice-cream cake ($26.95). See the full menu for flavors.
- $59 for an on-location sundae party for up to 25 people (up to a $125 value)
- $105 for an on-location sundae party for up to 50 people (up to a $250 value)
- $205 for an on-location sundae party for up to 100 people (up to a $500 value)
- $500 for an on-location sundae party for up to 500 people (up to a $2,500 value)
Cookies + Cream staff delivers and sets up the sundae bar, staying on to help serve up sundaes for parties of 100 or more. Those opting for a party for up to 25 or 50 people can choose any three ice-cream flavors, and parties of up to 100 or 500 can choose any four flavors. Each partygoer gets two scoops of ice cream in a cone or cup, and can opt to adorn their treat with toppings such as candies, crushed cookies, whipped cream, chocolate syrup, and cherries.
Cookies + Cream
Though high-school teacher Jason Knight had an “entrepreneurial spirit” and dreamed of opening a cookie and ice cream parlor, he also didn’t know “anything about making ice cream,” as he once explained to the Winston-Salem Journal. Intrigued by his friend’s dream and eager to support him on this endeavor, Edgar Everett—a chiropractor by trade—joined forces with his college pal, and the two immersed themselves in all things sweet, from ice-cream-making seminars to baking classes; thus Cookies + Cream was born, sating sweet cravings with batches of freshly baked cookies and housemade ice cream.
In the years since handing a freshly minted waffle cone to his first customer, Jason has spent countless hours perfecting the recipes for 45 different flavors of ice cream, including inventive options such as banana macadamia chip, cinnamon stick, and caramel latte. Warm, fragrant clouds of baked cookies and brownies escape the kitchen and flood the shop, and milkshakes and sundaes cool down mouths overheated from fielding crank phone calls from auctioneers. Guests can get their treats to go or snuggle into the seating area as they sip their coffees and plug into the shop’s free WiFi. Jason and Edgar also host fundraising events on a regular basis. For example, Doggy Day is a benefit for Stepping Stones Canine Rescue replete with doggy ice cream, face painting, and pet caricature drawings for pups able to laugh at the size of their snouts.