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 How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's?

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tjr

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How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Tue, 01/24/06 1:51 AM (permalink)
Just found out about Ritter's having some locations in Indy & Columbus, IN, where we travel thru pretty often. Is their custard as good as Kopp's? or something more like Culver's? I don't usually bother with Culver's, at least in Wisconsin, because it seems to be only slightly better than DQ.
 
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    TJ Jackson

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    RE: How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Tue, 01/24/06 8:54 AM (permalink)
    There is a Ritter's in Cincinnati as well, just a bit north of TriCounty Mall on SR 747

    I haven't tried Ritter's so I cannot make a comparison
     
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      tjr

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      RE: How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Tue, 01/24/06 2:00 PM (permalink)
      Huh, that would be sort of on the way to Jungle Jim's. May be time for a visit to the big Cin pretty soon.
       
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        TJ Jackson

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        RE: How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Tue, 01/24/06 2:22 PM (permalink)
        It's maybe a 5 minute drive from JJ's, mostly eastward
         
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          garryd451

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          RE: How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Tue, 01/24/06 2:45 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by tjr

          Just found out about Ritter's having some locations in Indy & Columbus, IN, where we travel thru pretty often. Is their custard as good as Kopp's? or something more like Culver's? I don't usually bother with Culver's, at least in Wisconsin, because it seems to be only slightly better than DQ.


          Ritter's is aAWESOME!!!!!

          Ritter's website is www.ritters.com

          Culber's, I can take it or leave it.

          I never heard of Kopp's, so I can't help you there
           
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            Maynard111

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            RE: How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Mon, 03/6/06 10:50 PM (permalink)
            Ritters is much better than Culvers which is superior to Dairy Queen.

            Where might I find a Kopps?
             
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              MilwFoodlovers

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              RE: How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Mon, 03/6/06 11:05 PM (permalink)
              Kopps is a Milwaukee frozen custard. Many many good custard stands in Milwaukee and each has their defenders. I've never had Ritters but I always chose Leon's as Milwaukee's best.
              http://onmilwaukee.com/dining/articles/koppsvsleons.html Below 92 others weigh in
               
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                tjr

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                RE: How does Ritter's compare to Kopp's? Sat, 03/11/06 1:14 AM (permalink)
                Chocolate's the flavor you have at Kopp's if the 2 special flavors are crappy, so it's kind of a moot comparison. Still haven't tried Ritters but I like their idea of having a nut special flavor every day.
                 
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