The Tin Roof Sundae Was Invented Here In Nebraska, And You Can Grab One From The Potter Sundry

One of Nebraska’s many contributions to the world is the tin roof sundae. The flavors of vanilla, chocolate, marshmallow creme, and peanuts all meld perfectly in this soda fountain classic. It was invented in a little panhandle village, and you can still sit at the very counter where the first tin roof sundae was served.

This delicious dessert is a must-try for Nebraskans and visitors alike. It’s worth the drive even if you’re not nearby! Check out The Potter Sundry’s website or Facebook page to see hours, specials, menus, and more. While you’re in Potter, take a short walk next door and play a few frames at the unique duckpin bowling alley.

Address: 324 Chestnut St, Potter, NE 69156, USA