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It’s that time of year . . . (Goodberry’s Frozen Custard)

Posted by RPP 18 Apr 2008 6 Comments

Goodberry’s Creamery is a Triangle based frozen custard shop that is very good. It isn’t fancy, but it really hits the spot on a warm day. Although they have a couple of locations in the area, the closest to me is this one in North Durham (3906 N. Roxboro Rd):

Their daily special was called sweet cream, and it was excellent.

Seriously, go ahead and stop by — you know you want to.

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  • Lenore said:

    Chocolate with raspberries mixed in. Yum yum yum. I haven’t been there in forever. I need to go.

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  • Valerie said:

    Oh! I had no idea we had frozen custard here. The hubs takes us to Ted Drewes in St. Louis every year, and it will be interesting to compare. He will want to turn the cups upside down and see if the custard is so thick it sticks inside.

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  • Dan C said:

    They turn the cups upside down at Goodberry’s too (at least they used to). I’ve always wondered why the location at Roxboro always seems to be devoid of customers; the ones in Cary are always packed in the summer.

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  • Carpe Durham/Reasonably Prudent Person (author) said:

    Well lets get going people! We need all the help we can get here up north..

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  • GNR said:

    Culver’s Frozen Custard, a Wisconsin-based company, is way better. Sorry.

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  • Sarah said:

    Oh man, I devoured a great sundae here. Also their “concrete” hit the spot. You can check their calendar for daily specials.

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