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Sawmill Rd DQ.
I first was greeted by the storefront sign that was broken with half of the glass ripped out light bulbs exposed. I though it was closed but the sign said open.
Once inside I found the place to be dirty and the blizzards were a cup of soft serve with (maybe) a couple of bits of ingredients on the bottom.
There is a table behind the front counter that is visibly rusted and the bottom shelf ready to fall. All of this visible to the customer.
This may be the dirtiest DQ I have ever seen.
Horrible service, Dirty environment, Bad ice cream.. I have been to this location 2 times and both times it was horrible. I will not go back again! The dining area and couner areas were very dirty, the overall feeling and decor of the place was just all white, harsh lighting, and very unappealing compared to other Dairy Queen locations! The staff was rude, very slow and seemed mad at the world. I will pay extra to go anywhere else. I thought they were just having an off night, but both times I went it was really bad. Even the ice cream was bad tasting- how can you make Dairy Queen ice cream taste bad I wonder? Aren't there company-wide universal recipes?
A soft-serve ice cream haven for little league teams, teenagers and families..
Vanilla and chocolate soft-serve ice cream is the foundation for this chain's popular sundaes, banana splits, peanut butter parfaits, milkshakes and chocolate-dipped Dilly Bars and cones. Blizzards made with such candies as M&M's, chopped up Butterfingers or Reese's Cups are a well-loved favorite.
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