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cow tipping creamery on 620

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yum72 Jun 27, 2012 06:56 PM

tried this place tonight after seeing a comment here on another thread. YUM!!! i had my scoop of toasted coconut chocolate dipped in butterscotch on a pretzel cone. sooo good. will have to go back to try more of their delicious offerings. apparently they do an ice cream social on sunday evenings starting at 5:00pm to promote a community atmosphere with games and music. go check them out, i say!!

http://www.cowtippingcreamery.com/

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    cpencis RE: yum72 Jun 27, 2012 08:05 PM

    Saw this place mentioned in the Hard Hat report just yesterday and started thinking about how to arrange an excursion there. Can you describe how to spot it from 620? From 620 heading south... is it left or right?

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      verily RE: cpencis Jun 28, 2012 10:07 AM

      It's on the right side not far past Anderson Mill Rd as you head towards the lake. I think it's around the Golf Center. It's in a small lot with another trailer.

      There's another ice cream trailer much farther down 620 around Lakeway. Sadly, I've tried neither because I never have cash on me.

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        ssouth RE: verily Jun 28, 2012 12:18 PM

        Verily is correct. It's just south of the golf driving range on the same side and almost across the street from Apple Sport Imports.

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          yum72 RE: verily Jun 29, 2012 03:11 PM

          They accept credit cards. Also, if you "like" them on Facebook they post the daily ice cream flavors.

      2. dinaofdoom RE: yum72 Jun 27, 2012 08:26 PM

        my coworkers and i are planning a noble pig / cow tipping creamery excursion.
        we just have to figure out a time where we can maybe get a table at NP...

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          cpencis RE: dinaofdoom Jun 28, 2012 09:21 AM

          I've not been back to NP since the Guy Fieri DDD coverage, has it become further crowded? Are we facing a Yogi Berra saying ('Nobody goes there anymore, its too crowded')?

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            dinaofdoom RE: cpencis Jun 28, 2012 11:10 AM

            good question. i haven't been there either. i was just thinking of trying to get a table for 6+ at lunch, even before that, as a slim possibility.

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              tvchick RE: dinaofdoom Jun 28, 2012 03:24 PM

              Friends who went TNP yesterday around 1:30 pm said it was very crowded. Word is that weekends are crazy--people are driving up from San Antonio to try it on the basis of DDD. Hopefully, they can manage the craziness until they are able to expand the seating area into their retail space.

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            raisncains RE: dinaofdoom Jul 11, 2012 04:15 PM

            My friend and I copied your Noble Pig/Cow tipping creamery excursion. We loved it and the food at NP was well worth the 10 minute wait in line! I had the Duck Pastrami with Russian dressing. The meat was the star and outstanding. I had the Ladies Delight at CTC and it was equally good. Salted ice cream is unusual but wonderful. Sorry about the gushing, but these are really good restaurants!

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              hlk RE: raisncains Jul 14, 2012 08:11 AM

              Noble Pig is catering next month's Bats & Beers party. Between that and Adelbert's brews, it should be fantastic. The last one I attended had all you could eat Franklin Barbecue. They had so much extra brisket at the end they started raffling it off.

              http://www.eventbrite.com/event/27570... / http://batsandbeers.com/ (I am not affiliated.)

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