Our own Andy was interviewed by the team at Ozarks Live on October 26. Click below to see the full interview and a demonstration of Andy making a Pumpkin Pie Concrete by hand.
The MSU Dairy Store was outranked by Andy’s Frozen Custard at Northwestern University, IceKrimski Cafe at University of California, Prince Puckelr’s Gourmet Ice Cream at University of Oregon, Slickables Ice Cream Sandwiches at Arizona State University, Mallard Ice Cream at Western Washington University, Chillz Frozen Custard at University of New Mexico, The Maryland Dairy at University of Maryland and Two Spoons at University of Colorado.
We found a large stand all lit up, with servers in caps and uniforms manning lines. Andy’s is a small regional chain, still owned by the family that started it in Springfield in 1986. As recommended by someone at Pizza House, I got pumpkin pie in vanilla custard, and learned that mixing a topping into a frozen dessert is known regionally as concrete (similar to a blizzard). It was divine. Full Story.
When viewers take their theater seats to watch the feature film "Gone Girl," which premiered during a special Thursday night showing, they are first treated to an ominous shot of a foggy Mississippi River.
Cape Girardeau's floodwall makes a quick appearance before the film kicks into a montage of the city. Broadway and Spanish streets are shown in the film's initial moments, followed by a rush of homes -- some with cheerful gardens and others barren with overgrown weeds, sporting "For Sale" signs. The iconic downtown clock also gets a little attention.
Rhodes 101 on South Sprigg Street also makes a quick appearance, and Andy's Frozen Custard on Kingshighway is shown in a still photo of Amy. CLICK HERE for Full Story.
Round Rock has been selected as the first location in Central Texas for Andy’s Frozen Custard, a popular Missouri-based family restaurant whose main offering is the frozen treat.
Andy’s stand-alone store is under construction and is scheduled to open in November at its location on A.W. Grimes Boulevard near Palm Valley Boulevard, in the shopping center where an H-E-B is located. It will employ about 40 people. Full Story.
A Springfield-based sweet-treat chain has big goals for the future.Andy's Frozen Custard currently has five locations in Springfield, and nearly two-dozen other sites across the midwest and south.
On Wednesday, the company announced its plans to triple in size over the next three years. Plans call for 70 to 80 new stores in new markets, including Kansas City. Click here for full story.
More communities will get a sweet taste from Springfield as Andy's Frozen Custard expands to a projected 70 to 80 stores by the end of 2017. Click here for the full story.
The expansion, first reported Sunday in a News-Leader story, means the company needs more home-grown qualified managers to help new stores keep faithful to the Springfield Andy's way. An open interview event for applicants experienced in management is planned for 4-6 p.m. Sept. 30 at the corporate office, 338 N. Boonville.
Get ready to meet the James Brownie Funky Jackhammer. The top-selling frozen treat made with peanut butter, brownies and hot fudge core, will headline the menu at Andy’s Frozen Custard, which will be building its first area location on the site of Terry’s Service Center. Click here for the full story.
Sammie will continue his spokesmonkey career this year by helping deliver Andy’s Frozen Custard to meeting planners. Along with custard, a custom box, ice cream scoop, spoons & napkins, the custard box also comes with an invitation for meeting planners. Full Story.
Dessert Fix! Where to get the Best Apple Pie.
If kids ruled the world, every day would start and end with dessert. Who votes for apple pie? Yep — it’s the season for the tart and sweet treat, and if you don’t have time to whip up your own, local restaurants and pie shops have you covered. Flip through our album to find out where you can get the best.
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