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Nesler’s Polar Whip: A Foodie’s guilty pleasure

Owner Ron Nesler can be seen most days behind the counter taking your order.

Posted by on Monday, October 8th, 2018 @ 4:30 pm.

ENERGY, Ill. - A guilty pleasure of many people in southern Illinois is none other than to dine at Nesler's Polar Whip in Energy.

Nesler's is a family-owned business with a super-secret burger recipe handed down through the ages and oh-so-good. Whether dining in or take out, your sack lunch is hot and ready in a jiffy.

Besides the indoor dining room a deck out back is available to enjoy your meal in the sunshine.

Everyone has their favorites; mine is the double cheese burger loaded (gotta say loaded) which includes pickles, onions and mustard (shown above) and an order of fried mushrooms with ranch dressing (shown below) for dipping and cherry Pepsi to drink.

The barbecue is really good also and I’ve been told I need to try the fried green beans. I’m not quite brave enough to try the picklecicles yet, although they do sound interesting.

The food is great and very affordable (check out the above menu pics!) My family requests we go there often.

Owner Ron Nesler can be seen most days behind the counter taking your order.

The Neslers have provided jobs to many, including for high school students, and are an asset to the community. If you haven’t been, give them a try; and if you haven’t been in a while, it’s time to go again.

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