Cary >Dessert Shops > Goodberry's Frozen Custard
1146 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC | Directions 2751135.766028 -78.783236
Yummy but expensive – Too expensive for what you get...
Un-apologetic weather wusses – If you dare to order a cake from Goodberrys in the winter, don't pay in advance! Beware that these guys totally wuss out with winter weather and will close for days on end, then be completely un-apologetic if you inform them that you actually needed that cake when they were closed.
Not a great experience – My wife and I tried if for the first time today. We found the products adequate, if a bit pricey. In fact, I asked the price of the two items. When I got home and figured out the sales tax, I realized that I had been charged $8.40 instead of $8.04. Bit of dyslexia, I guess. I doubt we'll go back.
Best treat ever on a hot Carolina day. – Only Pinkberry could beat Goodberry's, and since we don't have them here in the triangle that makes Goodberry's my first choice for frozen custard. You could get a concrete every day for a year and not get the same thing twice with their huge list of ingredients; fresh fruit, candy, malt, cookies, they have it. There is one specialty flavor of custard scheduled every day and a calendar that you can keep up with for your favorites.
YUM! – definitely a great choice if you are looking for a more figure friendly ice cream and doesn't sacrifice taste! They have a sugar free vanilla that is sweetened with splenda that is probably the best sugar free ice cream i have ever tasted! concrete is also great! enjoy :)
delicious icecream, goodprices, good location – The Goodberry's inm Cary is a wonderful place to get icecream.It is always full of people,and they have really good icecream.The pricing is good compared to other icecream stores. A small is about $2.00 and the kiddie sizes ( which are actually pretty big) are $1.75. They use real fruit, milk, sugar, and everything else. All the icecream is made fresh. It has a better taste than other places since it's really frozen custard.
Best Ice Cream and Dessert!!! – This is, by far, the Best in Cary. This joint is always busy, always packed. The locals love it, especially Hurricanes hockey player Aaron Ward. The ice cream is so, so savory. It really puts Dairy Queen to shame with their blizzards. Great for kids and adults alike, don't miss this opportunity to come here when visting Cary.
Reminds me of my childhood – I grew up in the Midwest, and going to Ted Drewes for frozen custard when we lived in Missouri was always a special treat for me. It's been YEARS AND YEARS since I've been back, but when my husband and I were touring the Raleigh area recently, we came across Goodberry's.
Oh, the wonderful tastiness of Goodberry's frozen custard! And being able to sit outside and eat our treats as they started melting was such a blast. I relived childhood memories that day, and hooked my husband on frozen custard as well. It has a different taste than regular ice cream and you either seem to love it or hate it, but it's thick and dense and just slightly tangy at the same time that it's sweet.
Thanks Goodberry's for taking me back to when I was a kid!
An extra-creamy, old-fashioned family treat. – In Short
Families line up for homemade ice cream made with a touch of egg. A rotating menu offers three "primary" custards: vanilla, chocolate and a daily special, such as peppermint. Devotees pay homage to this shop for its concretes, a mixture of one of the primary custards with a choice of many toppings, from M&Ms to strawberries to Heath Bar pieces. Sundaes and milkshakes are also sold.
Very Disapointing... – I saw a long line so i gave it a try. had to park accross the street because the parking lot is very small. waited almost 20 minutes while the high school kids working were joking around more than waiting on customers. even what i thought was the manager was playing more than working. had to pay over $4 for mint chocolate chip that i couldnt get in a cone, and by the time i received it, it was almost melted already. their response was "it's natural with no preservatives, so it melts quickly" - if i wanted a shake i would have ordered one. then there are no tables, had to sit on a dirty wooden tree planter to eat my "custard" next time i'll go to the store, pay $3 for a half gallon of non-melting ice cream and sit on my comfortable couch.
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