Scooping up 31 flavors since the 1950s, this long-time dessert parlor is the world's largest ice-cream franchise..
Strawberry-pink and milk-white are the signature colors of the fast-food realm's ice-cream leader. Customers belly up to counters in food courts or free-standing shops where rows of ice cream-packed tubs stand ready under stacks of sugar cones and cardboard cups. Originally, the "31" promised a different flavor every day of the month. Nowadays, the number signifies constant variety--from Cherries Jubilee and Rocky Road to shakes, smoothies and custom-made cakes.
Went there 4/03/08.
The service attitude was bad and does not accept coupon properly.
I used a "buy on get one free" coupon. The ice cream servicing size was reduce to half.
DONT GO HERE. First off I have to say that the service here was terrible. The employees seemed very lazy. But I don't blame them. I had a friend who worked here and the things he said make me never want to go to that Baskin Robbins ever again. The owners of the store are incredibly cheap, they reuse plastic spoons after free samples and reuse garbage bags. They have even told by a health inspector to stop this, but they still continue. And they treat employees like garbage. They continued to pay my friend $7.50 an hour even after the minimum wage was raised to $8. To top it off the owners of the store KEEP THE TIPS. I can understand why the employees are so unmotivated. Avoid this Baskin Robbins like the plague.
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