Scoops of handcrafted ice cream fill house-made waffle cones, Coke floats & candy-layered cakes at cheery, old-fashioned shop
About This Deal
Although receiving one’s just deserts can be unpleasant, eating a meal of just desserts is the only way to consume the FDA’s recommended daily allowance of ice cream. Meet your mouthwatering nutritional needs with this voucher.
$3 for $6 Worth of Frozen Treats
This old-fashioned shop’s staff fills one-scoop waffle cones ($2.49), turtle sundaes ($4.49), and large Glaciers ($5.34) with frozen custard churned in-house and available in rotating flavors. See the full menu.
About Ritter's Frozen Custard
When John Ritter thinks back to 1948, he can almost taste the frozen treats he churned out during his after-school job at the local ice-cream parlor. Now, after a 35-year career as a film animator, he helps others to enjoy similarly sweet memories at Ritter's Frozen Custard. Here, friendly staffers handcraft each batch of frozen custard, an ultrapremium ice cream as smooth as a jazz record dipped in chocolate. At the counter, guests can sample the flavors of the day, which range from tart blueberry to gooey, crunchy mocha-almond fudge. Scoops of classic vanilla—along with more than 25 toppings—fill specialty creations such as brownie sundaes, hand-dipped malts, and freezer-ready ice-cream sandwiches.