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August 30, 2011


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Holy cow, that is an impressive ice cream cone! As much as I love ice cream, I wouldn't be able to eat more than that. Looks like a fun place, especially being so steeped in history.

Dominique King

And that's the "Kiddie" size! I love ice cream, too...but I can't imagine being able to finish a 5-scoop cone!


Not only do the ice cream cones feature large portions, the ice cream itself is very good. I was surprised that the great quantity came with high quality. We recommend the place to anyone we know who's heading to that area.

Dominique King

I tell everyone it's well worth the stop as well :)

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