Andys Frozen Custard in Tyler Texas

by admin on March 31, 2011

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 Andy's Frozen Custard in Tyler TX

Andy’s Frozen Custard in Tyler Texas is not your typical ice cream parlor. This retro styled frozen custard kiosk has become a quick favorite of local Tyler residents since it’s opening a few years ago.

A good ice cream shop is always appreciated, however as appreciated Andy’s has been they do not serve ice cream per se. Andy’s makes a similar yet distinct dessert called frozen custard which shares the same ingredients with ice cream while adding eggs to the formula, giving the frozen concoction a more dense, thicker alternative to traditional plain ice cream.

The custard at Andy’s is made every hour using Andy’s custom design custard machines in order to ensure absolute quality and freshness. Andy’s has a extensive selection of toppings and combinations to improve and customize your frozen custard. Feel free to build your own specific custard creation or simply order one of Andy’s favorites from the menu of thoughtfully constructed custard combo’s of complimentary confections collected carefully conflating cream and garnish.

Traditional treats such as banana splits and chocolate malts are readily available along with original Andy’s innovations like the James Brownie Funky Jackhammer which has no choice but to live up to the all mighty name of James Brown through grandma’s homemade brownies, peanut butter and hot fudge just how Andy’s imagines the god of funk might possibly like his frozen custard. Andy’s is the perfect refreshing and decadent frozen dessert for the scorching summer months in Tyler.

Andy’s is open extended hours during the summer so you can grab sweet frozen relaxation any time from 11:00 am to 11:30am Sunday through Thursday or until 12:00am Fridays and Saturdays, providing a innocent and accessible location to enjoy some time out with your friends or family during the peak of the weekend. Although Andy’s does not have an indoor dining area, there is a large concrete patio for you to eat concretes on while socializing.

A few benches surround their patio which are often occupied making the Andy’s sign a popular resort for sitting when most busy. Andy’s also offers a drive through to all those who need custard on the go, while many simply choose to remain in the comfort of their vehicle while staying at Andy’s simply to get out of the house and essentially relive the age old custom of drive in restaurants. Andy’s has brought a unique dessert to Tyler and we could not be more grateful for it’s soft melting goodness.

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