A frozen custard place in St. Louis. They only serve vanilla as a base flavor, but offer myriad added toppings, from marshmallows or peanut butter and honey to raspberries or lime (my personal favorite). These flavors are offered as either sundaes, the toppings poured on top, or as concretes, the flavors mixed in. When first served, a concrete can be shaken (briefly) upside down without spilling the contents.

Ted Drewes is known to almost everyone in St. Louis, and at least famous enough to see more than a few Japanese tourists in the summer. They more likely come primarily to see the Gateway Arch and whatnot, but are sure to stop off at the famous frozen custard shop and take pictures.