November 7, 2011 - 4:33pm
Bring your break-ups, your birthdays, your beloved and your best friends to the Comfy Cow. Also bring your stretchy pants.
Remember the way ice cream used to taste? Remember running on hot asphalt in flip-flops after a tinkling ice cream truck? Recall the chill of that freezing chocolate against your lips, the stickiness on your fingers, the melting sweetness against your tongue. Ice cream is the ultimate comfort...
June 17, 2011 - 5:43pm
Got a quarter and some free time? Head to Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen tomorrow for 25-cent ice cream cones.
Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen is celebrating Quarter Day this Saturday, June 18. From noon to 5 p.m. at all Pie Kitchen locations, customers can buy a one-scoop ice cream cone for 25 cents.This local dessert shop offers 32 flavors of ice cream, from the basic (vanilla, chocolate and strawberry...
December 15, 2010 - 5:50pm
I didn’t believe in the perfect ice cream…until I found Graeter’s.
Before moving to Louisville, I thought that Cold Stone or perhaps Blue Bell (I am a Texas girl, after all) had the market cornered on being the “World’s Best Ice Cream.” However, even before I officially made the move to Louisville, I had discovered the local favorite, Graeter’s. It was recommended...
July 29, 2012 - 7:07pm
Coming soon: it's time to trade in your Big Daddy Burger for an ice cream sandwich. As of Monday, Tim and Roy Koons-McGee, owners of the Comfy Cow, have purchased the much-maligned house and Genny's Diner, owned by Frank Faris, which they will convert into one of their delicious stores, selling ice cream and other sweet treats.
The Comfy Cow is coming to a neighborhood near you. After months of litigation over a decaying house on Frankfort Avenue, Frank Faris is selling his house and the Genny's Diner property to Tim and Roy Koons-McGee, owners of the Comfy Cow, a local ice cream and sweeet treats shop.
July 29, 2012 - 7:07pm
Little did Ronald Reagan know that he would be affecting the way Louisville eats ice cream a generation later.
In 1984, President Ronald Reagan declared July "National Ice Cream Month", and the third Sunday in July "National Ice Cream Day." Little did he know the effects of that proclamation a generation later.