Top ice cream and custard stands in Wisconsin
The best local stands for a sweet fix this summer
Ice cream, custard, potato patato. Just kidding there's a highly-debated difference but in Wisconsin, we appreciate both. Discover the best places for a cold treat this summer.
Ice cream, custard, potato-patato. Just kidding there's a highly-debated difference but in Wisconsin, we appreciate both. Discover the best places for a cold treat this summer.
Briq's SoftServe, or you may know it as the "Home of the 1 lb. Cone," is a Wausau-based ice cream shop. Briq's has three Wisconsin locations in Wausau, Weston and Mosinee. The Wausau and Weston locations opened on Feb. 28, and the Mosinee location opened on March 2.Photo by: Steven Depolo Oscar's Frozen Custard is another popular custard spot in the Milwaukee area. This chain has three locations in Waukesha, Franklin and Milwaukee. Stop by anytime all year round.Photo by: Picasa Adrian's in Burlington, Wis. is a favorite custard spot for many. Make sure to take advantage of their Sundae of the Month specials that they post on their Facebook page.Photo by: MaxPixel's contributors Leon's Frozen Custard is a family-owned Milwaukee business whose main focus is "To serve the Freshest and Finest Frozen Custard available anywhere." Leon's is open year-round.Photo by: Kust, James Belt's Soft Serve was founded in 1981 in Stevens Point, Wis. Belt's opened for this season on March 2 and is especially known for its ice cream flurries.Photo by: Picasa Jims's Place in Slinger, Wis. doubles as a pizza and ice cream place. They offer special Flavorburst ice cream in flavors like mint, strawberry, cotton candy, butter pecan and more!Photo by: MaxPixel's contributors The Kiltie in Oconomowoc is a fan favorite. We forgot this one in our original list and commenters were offended. This custard spot opened on April 2.Photo by: MaxPixel's contributors Mullen's Dairy Bar and Eatery dates back to 1932. This Watertown ice cream destination offers a variety of shakes, sundaes and sweet treats all year round. Photo by: Mamuka Gotsiridze