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One of the most beloved little holes-in-the-wall within city limits, the Fish House/Cafe Beignet serves some of the best fish & chips in town. Not only do diners find breaded fish, oysters and other treats from the sea, but the New Orleans style Beignets are out-of-this-world. The prices are equally super, a definite treat while in the Germantown neighborhood.
For perfectly rounded scoops with endless flavors, head to The Comfy Cow in Louisville. The specialty of the folks at this bright ice-cream parlor is the locally sourced ingredients that they procure each day and flavors that are made from scratch. What results is a creamy treat of signature flavors such as Cookie Monster Dough, Vermont Maple Walnut, Black Raspberry Chip and Georgia Butter Pecan. In winter, seasonal flavors such as Pumpkin Jack Flash and Granny's Sweet Potato Casserole take over, while summer and spring brings in a whole variety of fruity freshness. One can also add sauce, nut or candy toppings for the ultimate ice-cream experience. The Comfy Cow also stocks pet-friendly treats.
Dairy Kastle is little more than an ice cream stand, with a few picnic benches out front, but to its loyal patrons it is nothing short of a local treasure. Dairy Kastle has been around since 1974 and continues to dish out delicious treats that will keep you coming back for more. The ice cream parlor is best known for its classic soft serves and milkshakes with homemade toppings, but also offers sundaes, sorbets and chili dogs that are no less scrumptious. The Dairy Kastle is a popular summer-time hangout that delights all with its old-school treats.