Is this your business?
Stopped because of the ice cream. Had a soft twist with sprinkles. No complaints. Very attentive hard working staff. There was a long line, but it moved quickly. Two young ladies working hard turning out orders the night I was there. Recommended.
Great food for eat in or take out. Staff is friendly and welcoming. Enjoyed the fish dinner. Great to support our local small businesses!
It's cash-only. And every Monday it's closed. And it's housed in a roadside ice cream stand -type building that has been there since at least 1983, that I know of, probably longer, under different owners and with varying names. The people who own it now appear to be the people who own the Peppy's ice cream stand on 5 and 20 in border city, Waterloo, NY, between Waterloo and Geneva, NY. There's metal mesh patio furniture and picnic tables to sit on out in front of the stand. There's also picnic tables under a small pavillion -type roof, about 25 steps away. I remember back in the late 80s, early 90s there was a coin-op video game mini-arcade in the small outbuilding out back. But that went away, as almost all of them did. One other little detail that needs to be mentioned, that's not their fault, is that the location is occasionally downwind of the Seneca Meadows "Mount Trashmore" dump. The dump, which is the tallest structure in the county, sometimes sends its obnoxious "aroma" towards even this nice ice cream stand. And as the majority of people will necessarily be sitting outdoors, they're right in the path of it. There's also apparently a small indoor dining room, but I haven't been inside it. The whole point of an ice cream stand is to get ice cream that you couldn't get in a supermarket. Otherwise you'd just buy your ice cream and some cones at the supermarket and eat them at home. So this necessarily means soft-serve. It's fairly expensive, for what you get, but there's not too many decent soft-serve ice cream places that have things like flavor burst, like this place does, in the area. So if it's not too often, the high cost can be bearable. The one thing that they don't do right is base their schedule around the weather. They're open every day of the week except Monday. And I've seen some boiling hot summer days that were Mondays, and the stand was closed. They would have sold 50 gallons of ice cream, etc, on those Mondays. Instead, they were closed. They should base their schedule from noon to 3 hrs after the sun sets, every day that the temperature is above 75°F/23°C. Instead their sign says they're open until 8 or 9 pm, and the other sign says closed on Monday
Best chicken parm this side of the Seneca river Bob for sure know what he is doing
Very good food and extremely quick and friendly staff
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