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April 23, 20085.0
Greg’s is fantastic! People drive for miles for this delicious stuff. 50’s music pumps through the outdoor speakers it looks like a modern 50’s drive in but sadly there are no girls on rollerskates. Thats just as well because the window service is alwys fast. Check custardlist.com to see their monthly calendar of flavors. Every day is a diferrent feature flavor plus choc and vanil. TExture and flavor are perfect, Culvers does not compare in quality or style so I don’t know what the other person was comparing; maybe they work for Culvers. The sunday board has a list of different toppings and variations 3 feet long. Even though its obviously a modern shop it has a nostalgic feel. But this place is all about the Cream Dream! The Best! I work a few towns away and always see co workers, customers and their families there in the summer months.
The turtle, tin roof and elvis will all stop your heart! And try the pumpkn flavored Custard. I’ve seen grown women cry and fight over it, once, around Holloween when they ran out just before closing.
July 1, 20073.0
This place is not Culver’s, but thankfully it doesn’t pretend to be. The custard is creamy, but only comes in two flavors as of when I last went, and the drive-in setting is really fun but not ideal for eating melty custard on a hot day.
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