The Freeze is Finally Open

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The Freeze is Finally Open

(From left to right) Myself, Sam Miller, and Kian Meister are enjoying a quick treat before our meet.

(From left to right) Myself, Sam Miller, and Kian Meister are enjoying a quick treat before our meet.

(From left to right) Myself, Sam Miller, and Kian Meister are enjoying a quick treat before our meet.

(From left to right) Myself, Sam Miller, and Kian Meister are enjoying a quick treat before our meet.

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As April comes along, students and teachers patiently wait for The Freeze to open. The community often gives it a warm welcome: a massive day of sales. Throughout the course of the week, The Freeze will amass many new customers. Each year the owners and staff work on new flavors and combinations to satisfy their community. For many, The Freeze is a treat. It’s a place everyone can enjoy time with his/her family. Today, I encourage whoever is willing to visit The Freeze and tell me your thoughts and opinions. Nothing there points to dissatisfaction.

The critically acclaimed restaurant has been open forever it seems. However, its reviews on TripAdvisor are all above five stars. One even goes as far as to say its “The best hangout in town in the summer.”

The first person to introduce me to The Freeze was my sister. After class, my sister dragged me to eat with her. At nine years old I couldn’t disagree. Her fascination with the taco salads has transcended into me. Now, it’s a tradition for us to visit and eat our favorite snack. For my family and many others, The Freeze indeed is the “best hangout in town.” The atmosphere is full of delightful people. The lobby is full of nostalgic memories ranging from art created by past students and birthday pictures posted on a bulletin.

The main thing people like about The Freeze is that it is locally known and owned. All of the employees either go to Lewis Cass, or they graduated. The people are kind, the service is quick, and the prices are low. The crew has introduced a few new flavors. My favorite before a taste test is the strawberry cheesecake. The restaurant has a seasonal flavor as well: the Lake-Effect pothole. The unique flavor is chocolate ice cream swirled with fudge and chocolate chips. Along with the name, I think children will love the taste. The restaurant boasts a lot of familiar items that teenagers like. Last year, the freezer had mountain dew freezes ready for sale. It’s one of the most popular things on the menu.

This year I expect The Freeze to have a tremendous season. The softball, baseball, golf, and both track teams are continually practicing. The Freeze is a quick place to stop before practice or before a meet. The boys’ track team specifically loves it. As said in my previous article, “It’s a tradition for us.” Junior golf member Bo St. Clair says, “I think The Freeze offers a nice mix of socializing and quality food that Walton doesn’t have.”

To have a good time with your friends or family, anyone can visit The Freeze. It offers the perfect, small environment to enjoy a treat and talk. Carl Jay, a fellow track member, says “The Freeze allows a nice cool off treat before big meets and it enables us to socialize with our peers before winning meets.”

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