Central NJ Ice Cream
This is a bi-state issue...
I saw a lot of Cold Stone Creamery ice cream stores have gone out of business in NY, especially in Westchester County. How are they doing in NJ?
As I go to NJ very often, can anyone give me some tips where to get non-overpriced, good tasting ice cream in Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset counties? I like Confectionarily Yours on Rt 27 and Halo Pub in Hamilton Square, but I'm looking for others that don't charge $6 for a small scoop. I used to love the love the Jahn's on 86 Street in Brooklyn and would love to find one like that in Jersey and near Phila.
Just got back from the Blarney Cone in Spring Lake that servers Thomas Sweet hard icecream and had my favorite which is plain old chocolate. Delicious and they are now open for the season. The only place around here that is better is Day's in Ocean Grove which servers Double Rainbow. Anyway, here's to a great summer of fun in the sun and of course icecream.
Try Colonia Dairy Maid on St. Georges Ave. in Colonia. They have 40 flavors, huge portions, and you won't be disappointed. It's very reasonable, and me and the fam try to go there at least once a week during the summer.
The Cold Stone in East Windsor, NJ (Mercer County), abruptly went out of business after being open maybe a year. I've seen a few others go the same route. Don't see a good future for them!
Gil & Bert's opened in Cranbury, NJ, on Main Street. Small place where you order at a window & eat outside, but good ice cream and good prices. The people that work there are very nice to boot. I get a kid's size for my son & it's $1.25. A one or two scoop is $3.25 or so, and LOADED!
i've always gone to halo pub in trenton
4617 Nottingham Way
Trenton, NJ 08690
its old fashioned lookin on the inside and decorated with cows. they make their own ice cream and theres a whole lot of flavors. and dont be scared of the trenton location, its not really in trenton, totally suburb. also theres a halo pub in princeton.
I agree with Halo Pub and Thomas Sweet- Princeton has locations of both as well.
Also, in princeton- The Bent Spoon. It's artisanal ice cream. The portions are small, but the flavors are unique- like heirloom tomato and white chocolate lavender- and it's about 3.50 for a small scoop. They also have vanilla, chocolate, etc but if you want to change it up a little bit that's the place to go. They also have cute cupcakes that you can eat along with your ice cream.