Disclaimer: I am not in the USA.
However, I do know how to use Google, and that came up with lots of products that claim to be FRS radios. But most of them are not (because they are mostly Baofengs that put out 8W, which is obviously out of spec for FRS in the USA). I suspect that this is the main source of your frustration - people lie in advertising. Advertise as "FRS! Long range!" But it turns out that it's too high a power for FRS, and as such a licence is required to use it.
I did find two manufacturers that are not too shy to say they make 2W FRS radios: Retevis have a few models, and I found another called Ansoko.
"Shopping" questions (such as which model is best for a particular situation, where to buy stuff, which sells for the best price) are not permitted on this site for good reason - the site would get clogged very quickly with simple questions that help nobody and that can be answered by looking in the usual places (start with Google).
But I am answering this question basically to say that such things do seem to exist, and they can be found on the internet quite easily. The search I did was for: 2 watt frs radio - and it turned up a few promising leads. Just avoid the Baofengs, because they are all at least 5W and mostly 8W.