I grew up in South Jersey, where it seems like there is a frozen custard stand on every corner.  Everybody there loved it, but to be honest, we all took it for granted.  It wasn't until I went to college in Florida that I realized that the whole world didn't have access to frozen custard.  Everybody else was settling for other "stuff".

Cindy and I met and fell in love in college.  Of course, I brought her home to meet the family in NJ.  Needless to say, my family fell in love with her, and she fell in love with Frozen Custard ...oh, and my family.  Years went by and we lived in many different parts of the country.  No matter where we were we sought out frozen custard.  While living in Reston, VA, we discovered Wisconsin-style Frozen Custard.  Wow!  That stuff was better than any frozen custard we had ever had!  There was no going back to just plain ol' ice cream.  It had to be the good stuff.

We would frequent a frozen custard place in North Carolina whenever we went to visit Cindy's Grandma Dee.  While enjoying this wonderful Wisconsin-style frozen custard, we would always say "I wish we had one of these frozen custard stands where we live!"  One day after returning from a trip to NC and craving to have the delicious frozen treat, with friends and family witnessing, we looked at each other and said as we always do, "We need to open a frozen custard parlor!"...but this time we meant it!  We began planning our business that same night.

We love introducing frozen custard to everyone we meet.  We want to share our passion with everyone and the same feelings of joy that this frozen delight brings to us.  We know that you will love it as much as we do.  So, if you are in the neighborhood, stop on in and try some!

    -Greg Tavarez

At KB's Frozen Custard - "It's as good as it gets"

By the way, here's a little secret about the name "KB's".  It comes from Cindy's maiden name, Kubala.  Hence, the nickname "Kubala Bear".