The Funky Ingredient You Never Knew Was in DQ's Soft Serve

The Funky Ingredient You Never Knew Was in DQ's Soft Serve

2020/06/25

Most people go to Dairy Queen in search of soft serve, and who could blame them? But believe it or not, the iconic restaurant brand, which opened its first location in Joliet, Illinois in 1940, isn't just a place for desserts at all.



In 1958, Dairy Queen introduced its Brazier stores, which were locations that served burgers and other food items along with the soft serve. And although they have never had any plans of moving away from the soft serve treats their customers know and love, DQ has tried to expand its food offerings with the DQ Grill & Chill locations we often see today. According to The Daily Meal, the Grill & Chill locations go above and beyond the Brazier stores with limited table service as well as more menu items, including breakfast


And because no trip to Dairy Queen should be complete without a healthy helping of soft serve, at some locations you can take advantage of both the "grill" and "chill" with a lunch combo that includes a sundae along with an entree (chicken strips, burger, or salad), fries, and a drink, all for just $5.
















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