Nashville June 08, 2018
This Good Old Fashioned Frozen Custard Shop Near Nashville Will Take You Back In Time
There’s nothing like a cool and refreshing bite of ice cream on a hot summer day, wouldn’t you say? But what about when you’re looking for something slightly creamier, a little sweeter, a whole lot
better? Then you turn to Whit’s Frozen Custard, newly opened just outside of Nashville, Tennessee. This family-friendly spot is all sorts of fun for folks who are looking to experience the sweetest part of a humid southern summer.
Whit's Frozen Custard recently opened in Franklin's Berry Farm community, and the response has been wildly positive.
Great for kids and couples, families and moody teens, this fun and low-key ice creamery — sorry, CUSTARD spot has quickly made a name for itself as the best in town.
Although Whit's is a chain, the Granville, Ohio native was borne out of a chilly winter in 2003.
Frozen custard is rumored by some to have been popularized by the Chicago World's Fair in 1933. Small custard stands started popping up all over the east and midwest, serving chilly treats to the sweet-tooth driven masses.
Every location has its own twist on Whit's frozen custard recipes, and there are specials every week that are well worth a peek. You can choose to enjoy in a cone, cup or even a dipped cone, or you can hammer your treat home with a whole handful of delicious toppings.
Look at that perfect texture — yum! We'll take two scoops, please! The flavor pictured is waffle caramel brownie, chock full of waffle bits and brownie bites, all wrapped up in ribbons of caramel.
There are pints to go as well, just in case you're looking for something delicious alongside your movie night or family party.
Why custard, you say? The creamy concoction is actually served slightly warmer than ice cream, and its smooth consistency is thicker.
Whit's Frozen Custard in Franklin, Tennessee is located at 4020 Hughes Crossing, Suite 100. You can visit from noon to 9 p.m. every day but Sunday, when opening hours are pushed to 2:30 p.m.
If you’re looking for a meal rather than a treat,
this new Nashville restaurant is sure to whet your whistle.