Anderson’s Frozen Custard will sell its small custard cones for 70 cents on Aug. 10 at all of its locations.
The special pricing is in celebration of the restaurant’s 70th anniversary. Frozen custard was the first product the company ever sold.
The restaurant was founded in 1946 by Carl and Greta Anderson, Buffalo natives living in the Bronx. In 1947, the Andersons returned to Buffalo and opened a custard stand on Kenmore Avenue. In 1953, it opened its current drive-in location on Sheridan Drive.