The ice cream cone was erected shortly after World War II when Helen decided to start making her own ice cream. At the height of her ice cream making, she rotated up to 100 homemade flavors, offering 17 at any one time. Her ice cream was known for its premium quality and for its inclusions. Oreo Cookie and Peanut Butter Cup were a couple of favorites. The ice cream became the mainstay of the business, but she continued to sell hot dogs and hamburgers.
"Delicious and affordable homemade ice cream! They have many unique flavors; I had chunky chocolate raspberry (or something close) and it was deliciously creamy with real chocolate chunks! We ate it on the patio in the back which has lovely flowers and furniture. I'd love to try the lobster roll or fish tacos."
"A little gem. Don't let this little ice cream stand fool you. The food there is high quality and delicious. The ice cream is all natural too. If you go to the patio in the back there is this quaint garden where you can relax and eat. Also bring your friends and your own booze!s project."
"Awesome place. Lobster roll, is delicious, service is too notch. Will definitely keep coming back for more. Didnt try the ice cream, but flavors looked unbelievable. Will definitely keep coming back, for more."
"This place is an American Classic in every way !!! Just STOP! You will love it! I come for the Lobster rolls and enjoy every decadent moment! But, there is so much more ... Great outdoor back patio and lots of choices from burgers to shakes and ice cream!"