ice cream parlor food

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2008/08/13 16:59:08 (permalink)

ice cream parlor food

What would you expect to find foodwise in an ice cream place?

Or what would you like to see foodwise there?
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    mayor al
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    RE: ice cream parlor food 2008/08/13 17:11:04 (permalink)
    We used to go to Friendly's Ice Cream and Sandwich shops quite often when we lived in "their territory". They made a good cheeseburger and the sundaes and shakes were good too. I believe they have dropped in quality over the years, but we haven't been in one for several years.
    http://www.friendlys.com/

    Braum's in the OK-TX area is a cleaner version of the same thing. Kind of a semi-FF sort of Burger place with very good Ice Cream.
    Check their menu- http://www.braums.com/

    Culver's Is definitely more of a FF and custard place. We like their menu a lot.
    http://www.culvers.com/menu/default.aspx

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    mjambro
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    RE: ice cream parlor food 2008/08/14 09:10:18 (permalink)
    We'd probably stop occasionally at places such as Friendly's or Newport Creamery, but it's near impossible to order anything without their disgusting fries. It would be nice to get simply a burger and shake.

    Ah - the good old days when one could stop at HoJo's for two franks & a shake.
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    cavandre
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    RE: ice cream parlor food 2008/08/14 09:37:24 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by mjambro

    Ah - the good old days when one could stop at HoJo's for two franks & a shake.

    Or the fried clams!
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    roossy90
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    RE: ice cream parlor food 2009/02/26 14:50:44 (permalink)
    I took out my post, as I dont work at the ice cream shop anymore.
    post edited by roossy90 - 2009/03/02 18:58:39
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    RE: ice cream parlor food 2009/02/27 15:01:51 (permalink)
    would have  to be the fries
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    Twinwillow
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    RE: ice cream parlor food 2009/02/27 16:27:37 (permalink)
    Tuna salad on white toast with mayo and a big pickle. Then, on to the ice cream..............
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    RE: ice cream parlor food 2009/02/27 17:11:03 (permalink)
    This place has awesome sandwiches, soups & salads.

    http://www.subsandicecream.com/index.htm

    They have 8 locations now, hope that doesn't make them a chain.
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