They had a nice choice of flavors, but the crowds were so huge the line was literally out the door. Since the restaurant already only has enough room for a single file line it was extremely difficult to see the flavors and you could tell the couple of teens working there were not interested in letting you taste samples to help you decide. There's another ice cream place a short drive down the road, on Bald Eagle Drive, called Annie's Ice Cream Parlor. They use the same creamery and it's set up like an old fashioned ice cream parlor with a counter and everything. There was hardly anyone there and had a majority of the same flavors. Both of them are quite pricey, though. We both had a kids' scoop that was around $3.50 and the ice cream is rich enough that it really was plenty.