Andy’s Frozen Custard opens in Overland Park, Kansas

Andy’s Frozen Custard, Kansas City’s favorite ice cream and candy store, will delight even more KC candy lovers when it opens its latest store in Overland Park on August 10.

The highly anticipated BluHawk, a multi-faceted destination experience, will host the new store, located at 7781 W. 159th Street. It will be one of the first to open in the mixed-use development and will soon be joined by a sports park, community center and other attractions.

To celebrate the opening, Andy’s is also inviting customers to take a bite of a new kind of treat…no spoon required. The candy shop will add delicious and crunchy caramel apples to the menu. Available for a limited time, Caramel Apples will be served at all Andy’s locations in Kansas City. They’re the perfect match for the popular fall menu that debuts in September.

The expansion to Kansas City has special meaning for the Kuntz family. “Kansas City is my second home, and very near and dear to our family for many reasons, not the least of which is that I was born here,” says Andy Kuntz, owner and CEO of Andy’s Frozen Custard. “BluHawk promises to be an exciting new community and has shown us the same support we have received at all locations in the Kansas City area. We love growing with the city, and will continue to invest here, as we are very proud to put “smiles above chins” serving the most delicious ice creams and treats.”

Andy’s Caramel Apples combine deliciously crisp and tangy Granny Smith apples with melt-in-your-mouth artisan crème caramel and a selection of toppings. Bursting with flavor, the caramel apples are hand-dipped and spun in Reese’s Chunks or Andy’s famous roasted pecans. For an awesome treat, a double caramel dip is also available.

Whether guests are looking for a way to refresh after visiting museums and art galleries, a sweet ending to the perfect grass-fed steak dinner, or to celebrate a Royals, Mavericks or Chiefs victory, the Andy’s menu offers a treat for every occasion. Customer favorite, the James Brownie Funky Jackhammer, made with Andy’s vanilla ice cream, peanut butter and baked brownies, then “drilled and filled” with hot fudge, is a popular dessert after the barbecue. Or try the Choc-O-Rocko Concrete, which mixes chocolate pastry cream, toasted almonds and marshmallow creme, and hits all the right notes while enjoying the smooth sounds of local jazz.

Known as the best ice cream in the world, Andy’s has deep roots in Missouri, with its first store opening in Osage Beach and its current headquarters in Springfield. Since then, the brand has carefully and deliberately grown into a family of over 100 locations, each becoming a local tradition offering the freshest ingredients for an unparalleled flavor experience.

BluHawk’s location is unique in that it’s not a stand-alone building, but it still includes a small patio, plenty of parking, and of course, Andy’s friendly and prompt drive-thru. Andy’s is famous for its Made Fresh Hourly ice cream, Baked Fresh Daily toppings, hand-rolled waffle cones, concretes, jackhammers, sundaes, floats and malts. Andy’s Anywhere is also available, hand-packed and frozen pints, quarts, Quart Combos™ and specialty items for those who want Andy’s Anytime at home, at work and at special events.

Andy’s Frozen Custard is open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The friendly, welcoming staff – putting a smile above your chin with every order – are always focused on quickly serving up the highest quality treats money can buy.

Customers can download the Andy’s Frozen Custard app to join the Yum Squad Loyalty Club, recently named one of America’s Top Loyalty Programs 2022 by Newsweek magazine. In addition to receiving a free concrete after the first visit, Yum Squad members can keep up to date with the latest from Andy’s, including news about seasonal menu offerings loaded with fresh fruit and baked goods, on Instagram (@andys.kc) and Facebook (@AndysOverlandParkKSWest159thStreet/) or via Andy’s website.

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