Would You Like a Condo with that Custard?

Overtowering Sandy's by Jann Alexander © 2012
Overtowering Sandy’s by Jann Alexander © 2012

Vanishing Austin_Custard v Condo by Jann Alexander © 2013
Custard v Condo © 2013

Sandy’s Frozen Custard may very well be the best frozen custard in Texas. And Sandy’s still serves its frozen treats the old-fashioned way—from its walkup window, just the way they did in 1947—and you can still slip back in time at Sandy’s, if you can ignore the tall condo and crane overtowering its vintage neon sign.

And since it’s starting to feel like a Texas summer . . . wouldn’t a frozen custard taste fine right now? Don’t let the overtowering condos overpower you. Just walk right up to that window.

Sandy’s is near lengendary for its staying power at its original South Austin spot since 1947—but how long can it last? Its fans hope forever. ♦

BUY A PRINT: Choose from 99+ Vanishing Austin prints and a poster by Jann Alexander, starting at $25.

Endangered Species of Austin, poster by Jann Alexander © 2009
Endangered Species of Austin poster

Shop my Vanishing Austin series: While many Austin landmarks are lost, many are survivors still. Admire them all in a slideshow, HERE. Prints start at $35.

Marvel at what’s lost and what’s survived in my Endangered Species of Austin poster, featuring 16 Austin icons, and sized at a handsomely large 24 x 36,” available for $25, HERE.

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