A (frozen) blast from the past. A charming holdover from the mid-20th century, it has the same tiny bench seats from around WW2. Folks here take their grandkids to the same seat they liked as children themselves. Those who are expecting a make-believe Disneyland idealized 1895 ice cream parlor will be disappointed. This is a real place, an adjunct to the factory next door, which accounts for the low prices. The real attraction for me is wonderful, rich ice cream in a myriad of flavors at very cheap prices. Best I ever had across the country.
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