Lion's Choice Launches Famous Frozen Custard To-Go

    Industry News | May 18, 2020

    Lion’s Choice, the St. Louis-based family of restaurants known for their famous roast beef sandwiches, crave-worthy fries and frozen custard, is now offering their popular classic custards in larger format to-go containers for the first time for guests to enjoy at home. Available now at all Lion’s Choice locations, guests can purchase “half pint plus” 10-ounce containers of chocolate, vanilla or strawberry custard for $3.50 each, through the Lion’s Choice drive-thru.

    Lion’s Choice frozen custard has been a fan favorite since the first restaurant opened in St. Louis more than 52 years ago. Lion’s Choice also offers the famous 25 cent mini cone, large cones, concretes, sundaes, shakes, root beer floats, and freezes on the menu.

    “As the weather warms up, our guests start to think about lighter items as well as frozen custard season. From our 25 cent vanilla mini cone to the Orange Freeze, everyone has their favorite frozen treat. Now, our guests can take the famous frozen custard straight to their own freezers to enjoy at-home,” says Michael Kupstas, President and CEO of Lion’s Choice.

    While the iconic St. Louis brand has been famous for their roast beef sandwiches since 1967, Lion’s Choice continues to adapt their menu to offer ridiculously good food to the community. Lion’s Choice also offers a variety of different sandwiches, salads and sides as well as desserts, along with a new line of Grilled Chicken Caesar offerings.

    The Lion’s Choice Frozen Custard To-Go is available in three flavors and only includes classic custard offerings: Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry. Concretes and mix-ins are not available in the pre-frozen, larger format to-go offering. The price of Frozen Custard To-Go is $3.50 for a 10-ounce container. The Lion’s Choice Frozen Custard To-Go is available for the foreseeable future.

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