Taiyaki waffles, shaped like fish, are freshly made at each location, and the soft-serve ice cream is churned in small batches to ensure quality.
Open rain or shine for 36 years, the Brookline Farmers’ Market is a faithful supporter of local farmers and artisans. Held every Thursday afternoon from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m., the market is easy to reach: Take the C branch of the Green Line to Coolidge Corner, and it’s about a five-minute walk to the market….
OddFellows Ice Cream Co. opened its first location outside of New York on Aug. 9, and it’s found a home in The Street at Chestnut Hill. Holiday and Mohan Kumar originally opened OddFellows in Brooklyn with Sam Mason, a James Beard nominated pastry chef, in 2013. Once Mohan brought Mason’s salty pretzel ice cream to…
White Mountain, the popular ice cream shop, opened in 1985 in a convenient location directly across from BC’s campus.
Frustrated by the lack of lactose-free ice cream on the market, Katy Flannery and Gwen Burlingame founded Minus the Moo, ice cream made from real dairy but minus the lactose for all to enjoy.
In the wonderful world of ice cream, getting stuck in a rut of everyday flavors is all to possible. Happily, Honeycomb Creamery is bringing the Boston Area inventive, hand-made flavors that range from Salty Honey, to Red Kuri Squash + Sage.