The interior of CJ's is pretty bare-bones, with six or so tables and fliers everywhere for every local thing imaginable.
CJ's offers the traditional custard-stand staples of chocolate, vanilla, and "flavor of the day" custards, as well as Vienna hot dogs. I've never tried the hot dogs, but I do know all about the custard. The frozen treats are offered with a variety of standard toppings, and can be ordered as part of a sundae or malt. CJ's also sells "flavor of the day" pints.
My husband's favorite thing ever is the marshmallow malt, made with vanilla custard ($5.5).
My selection on this particular visit was a small cup of chocolate custard with peanut butter cup pieces ($3.5).
|Chocolate Custard with Peanut Butter Cup Topping|
And one of my husband's favorite "flavor of the day" selections, in pint form:
|Cherry Amaretto Custard Pint|
Pros: Unique flavor of the day options, custard in every form consumable
Cons: Slightly expensive, very average custard options