Friday is the last day to get Ted Drewes before it closes indefinitely

The kings of frozen custard in St. Louis says it's too dangerous to employees to even offer curbside service as they've been doing.

Sam Masterson
March 27, 2020 - 8:10 am

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - With back-to-back days of temperatures reaching the 70s in St. Louis, it's beginning to feel a lot of Ted Drewes weather. But unfortunately Friday will be the last day for possibly a while to get some of its famous frozen custard. 

Ted Drewes announced it will be closed starting Saturday to all business due to the COVID-19 pandemic. They had been serving customers through a curbside service, but believe even with those social distancing practices the "risk to our employees and customers is too high to warrant staying open during this crisis."

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They say the best way to get their products will be to find their yellow cups at "most local grocery stores and many local pizza places and restaurants."

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