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Readers’ Choice 2015: Favorite Frozen Desserts – Ted Drewes

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

A trip to Ted Drewes is a St. Louis tradition. Your favorite place for frozen desserts has been inverting bright yellow cups filled with thick, rich custard before handing them over to your greedy little fingers for decades. Single-topping concretes – Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, anyone? – are tried-and-true, and when you want to pile on the calories, Ted’s custard crew comes through with specialties like Hawaiian (pineapple, banana, coconut and macadamia nuts) and Cardinal Sin (cherries and hot fudge). With dozens of toppings and add-ons, the mixing and matching possibilities are endless. Here, six of our favorite concrete creations from this town’s beloved custard stand.

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Clockwise from top left: Coconut, chocolate chips and almonds – Michelle Volansky, production designer | Oreos and cookie dough – Meera Nagarajan, art director | Hot fudge and raspberries – Rebecca Biundo, intern | Banana, marshmallow and hot fudge – Angie Rosenberg, account executive | Heath Bar, banana and hot fudge – Allyson Mace, publisher | Pretzels and chocolate chips – Catherine Klene, managing editor, digital

-photos by Jonathan Gayman 

The Scoop: Former cafe space in The Loop may be home to wings, burger and custard shop

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

It appears that the space at 6227 Delmar Blvd., next door to Delmar Restaurant & Lounge in The Loop, is getting a new tenant. The space, which most recently housed the shuttered Layal Café and Hookah Bar, now has lettering on the awning above the entrance that reads: “Burgers, wings, frozen custard.” The interior is undergoing construction, and it appears that a wall will divide the former cafe space into two separate storefronts, with the new restaurant tenant taking the spot to the west. More as we learn it.

 

Resetting the GPS on a frozen “mmm”

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

062210_DetersSummer’s arrival makes it integral to stay abreast of changes at area malt shops and similar oases. In that light, visitors to St. Charles County might need to consult their Garmins regarding Deters Frozen Custard. The shop – a 2003 outgrowth of a family dairy founded in Quincy, Ill., all the way back in 1892 – relocated from WingHaven to 804 O’Fallon Road in the Westwood Center in Weldon Spring roughly a month and a half ago, a call there confirmed. So if you find yourself adventuring in that vicinity and craving Deters’ Mill Creek Turtle (caramel, hot fudge and pecans) or Maple Petootie (Vermont maple, pecans and marshmallow), double-check your GPS readout. Then plot a course accordingly – and get set for some frozen relief from the heat index.

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