Here is what I like about . It brought me back to my childhood. Like the Dairy Queens or Tastee Freeze locations of days gone by, you get your ice cream at the window and your sit on a bench or in your car to eat your cone. If it is extremely hot outside, I imagine you and your cone are in a race to see if you can eat it before it completely melts away. Frosty Tips is a further blast from the past in that it only allows you to pay in cash.
It should, in some ways, come as no surprise that this business is a throwback. The current location opened in 1974, a full 30 years after the original location.
The ice cream was good. That was it for me. It was good. Granted, I covered my ice cream with cherry and marshmallow and crunch, but it was just good.
I remember when I first tried , . Its flavor reminded me of the White Chocolate Mousse at TCBY. Then, when we landed a , I was able to have White Chocolate Mousse. So those two destinations round off my top two picks for frozen treats. Frosty Tip is not number three. I did not like it that much.
I know there are residents who are going to disagree with me - who think that Frosty Tips has the best frozen treats in the area. Feel that way? Let us know in the comments. Or, click on and leave a comment on the business listing.