A soft-serve ice cream haven for little league teams, teenagers and families..
Vanilla and chocolate soft-serve ice cream is the foundation for this chain's popular sundaes, banana splits, peanut butter parfaits, milkshakes and chocolate-dipped Dilly Bars and cones. Blizzards made with such candies as M&M's, chopped up Butterfingers or Reese's Cups are a well-loved favorite.
Do not eat here!!!. This Dairy Queen on Walnut St is very run-down and looks like it is on the way out. This is one of the Dairy Queen locations that serves fast food as well, and it is not very clean inside. Many of the light bulbs on the ceiling were out , so it was a little dark inside which just adds to its overall seediness. The employees are all young kids who dress sloppy, look sloppy and don't appear to care very much about their jobs. I went in recently just to get a Blizzard. When the employee handed it to me I noticed he didn't turn it over like most Dairy Queens (if you aren't familiar they turn the blizzard upside down to show you how thick it is). I immediately noticed why, the Blizzard was just like soup, completely melted. Obviously the ice cream machine wasn't working well or something, but the employees served it to me like that anyway. I figured no use complaining, I threw it out and promptly left. A brand new DQ is opening in Morrisville, and it can't happen fast enough.