Covington’s Eishaus is a family-run walk-up window that specializes in spaghetti eis. Yes, spaghetti. But the dessert isn’t made of pasta; it’s actually ice cream pushed through an extruder to resemble the classic Italian dish. Spaghetti eis was invented in Mannheim, Germany in the 1960s and is traditionally topped with fruit. But at Eishaus, they “Americanized” the recipe by focusing on toppings like chocolate and peanut butter. Creations run the gamut from spaghetti carbonara with marshmallow sauce to a spaghetti lagerfeuer with s’mores to a 3-way with chocolate sauce, Rice Krispies, yellow chocolate shavings and mini Nilla wafers to act as oyster crackers. They even introduced a version of “Elf Spaghetti” over the holidays, complete with M&Ms, marshmallows, maple syrup, fudge and fudge Pop-Tarts. eishauseats.com.