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ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 01:57 PM

I'm having a pregnancy craving for some soft serve ice cream ...really good, creamy, non-fake tasting (read: not TCBY), non-healthy soft serve. If anyone has had the delicious Cadbury soft serve in England, that's what I'm envisioning. I live in Somerville but am willing to travel. Any thoughts?

On (semi-)related note, is the Pinkberry knock-off place still in Harvard Square? And can anyone say if it compares with the real thing?

Thanks so much!!

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  1. Luther RE: ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 02:03 PM

    Celebrity Pizza & Ice Cream, Watertown.

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      BarmyFotheringayPhipps RE: Luther Apr 3, 2009 08:23 PM

      Second. The best twist cone in town.

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        Prav RE: BarmyFotheringayPhipps Apr 3, 2009 09:39 PM

        Javaberry is the bomb.

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          macadamianut RE: Prav Apr 6, 2009 04:20 PM

          Yes Javaberry is the bomb. I wish I had one right now. I love their ice cream cones.

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        djd RE: Luther Mar 18, 2010 04:35 PM

        Please tell me the ice cream counter hasn't opened yet for the season or something like that so I will go home and eat dinner like a sensible person instead of driving to Watertown.

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          BarmyFotheringayPhipps RE: djd Mar 18, 2010 06:30 PM

          Sorry, but they're open and serving year round!

      3. Pia RE: ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 02:38 PM

        Chilly Cow in Arlington has great soft-serve frozen custard.

        Yes, Berryline is still there and I love that place! Haven't had the original Pinkberry, though.

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          Karl S RE: Pia Apr 3, 2009 02:42 PM

          Don't know if fabled Abbotts Frozen Custard of western NY state (now with a location in Needham) does so:

          http://www.abbottscustard.com/locatio...

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            sablemerle RE: Pia Apr 4, 2009 09:39 PM

            I have to second Chilly Cow's frozen custard. The chocolate especially is absolutely sublime; but I don't think this is what the poster is looking for in "soft serve".

            There is a place called "Dairy King" on the Revere Beach Parkway in Everett, diagonally across from the Wendys.. It's actually a combination florist/ice cream stand (I know, right?). I'm the only one in my family who really doesn't like soft-serve, but as a non-soft-serve fan, Dairy King has really good ice cream. Texture and flavor are excellent. When I complimented his product, the young owner explained that he uses a mix that has twice the butterfat of most soft-serve mixes, and that is what makes the difference.

            As I said, I prefer hard ice cream to soft, but this is a place to check out.

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              itaunas RE: sablemerle Apr 5, 2009 04:58 AM

              Dairy King carries Richardson ice cream for the hard ice cream and does a banana spits starting at around $7. Its pretty comparable to Louie's in Somerville. I keep wondering, though, every year if they are going to open because the owners tried to get the permits to run a used car dealer on that lot (it was rejected). Jay's in Malden is also a decent option and has those flavored yogurts which start with the hockey puck. I am not a huge fan of the chilly cow custard, though I am in the minority on that.

              Folks that say they use a product with twice as much butterfat are being disingenuous. I am more familiar with commercial ice cream base, which I believe can be used in soft serve machines (there are powders and other options), and it comes in 10/14/16% butterfat. But that is for plain ice cream base, chocolate for instance is usually 10%. So they are probably comparing their product against low fat products (which are around 5% butterfat). But just about everyone sources hood ice cream base, possibly 10%, corn sweeteners, stabilizers, maybe UHT (more expensive).

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                Parsnipity RE: itaunas Apr 6, 2009 12:27 PM

                Is this open this season yet? It's the place with the big multicolored sign advertising 64 flavors or some ridiculous number?

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                  itaunas RE: Parsnipity Apr 6, 2009 01:03 PM

                  Yes, according to Johnresa below its open and their sign says 64 flavors or something, although it seems like less. I wish they would upgrade some of the ingredients, but enjoy their banana split which is also part of the sineage. http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/6093...

                  I have seen the Richardson delivery truck running around a lot. Which makes me think of Alexander's in Medford which has a small ice cream counter/parlor at the front of the store. Never had the soft serve there though...

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                catsmeow RE: sablemerle Apr 5, 2009 07:02 AM

                Dairy King IS very good. I also like a place that is a drive through on 3A about 1 mile from the Fore River Bridge on the left heading towards Hull. I always look forward to it on the way home after a day at the beach. It's called Michele's...330 Bridge St which is also 3A. They also have coffee, etc.

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                  djd RE: sablemerle Apr 7, 2010 03:39 PM

                  Does frozen custard taste different from ice cream? All my memories of the stuff date back to prehistory, a.k. childhood (also I think I'm mentally mixing up custard and Junket).

              3. MC Slim JB RE: ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 03:00 PM

                If you're in Somerville, head directly to Louie's, on Broadway near the McGrath Highway. Excellent soft-serve. Also, Dairy Barn in Randolph if you're down that way.

                I recall seeing soft-serve on the menu at Christina's in Inman Square, but I think it must have been in a dream. (Yes, many of my dreams revolve around food.)

                http://mcslimjb.blogspot.com/

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                  hiddenboston RE: MC Slim JB Apr 4, 2009 10:08 AM

                  I agree with MC about Louie's and Dairy Barn. I also like the soft serve at Bubbling Brook in Westwood. One note: Check ahead with Louie's, as they don't seem to have very consistent hours.

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                    dulce de leche RE: MC Slim JB Apr 6, 2009 01:02 PM

                    >Yes, many of my dreams revolve around food.

                    Hahahaha. Yes, I think it was a dream. I've been to Christina's um pretty often over the last ten years and have never seen soft serve there...they would rock it though.

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                      djd RE: MC Slim JB Jul 20, 2009 12:33 PM

                      Went to Louie's last night—the close-to-my-heart-for-non-culinary-reasons Ipswich Dairy Queen has in fact reopened(!), but I was truly too full of clams and onion rings for it—and I pity the scooper guy, because the way my face fell when he said "the chocolate soft-serve machine is broken" must have been tragic to watch.

                      I enjoyed my mint chocolate-chip and Dutch chocolate cone fine, but sadly, there is NOTHING like chocolate soft-serve. Especially after clams. Le sigh!

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                        bear RE: djd Jul 20, 2009 03:13 PM

                        Hah! I had the same experience about two weeks ago. My son got a vanilla soft-serve, which was very good, but I just shared a few licks of his. Really wanted to try the chocolate.

                        I think Carvel's is a bit creamier, but Louie's was pretty close. Both have a nice vanilla flavor...not artificial-tasting.

                        Dairy Maid in Middleboro pretty good on our way to the Cape this weekend, although I think Carvel and Louie's have a bit more body (read that butterfat!)

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                          djd RE: bear Sep 6, 2009 09:32 AM

                          Second trip to Louie's yesterday and again no chocolate soft-serve. Also they were out of most of the hard flavors. With two days of the long weekend to go? This is starting to get dismaying.

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                      treb RE: ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 03:05 PM

                      If you in the mood for a ride, Skip's drive-in in Merrimac, MA, off rte 495N, great soft serve, burgers and Susy-Q's fries, totally awesome and BAD!

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                        ScubaSteve RE: treb Apr 3, 2009 05:19 PM

                        is Skip's open for the year yet?

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                          treb RE: ScubaSteve Apr 4, 2009 01:09 PM

                          Scuba, they open 4/27/09.

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                            ScubaSteve RE: treb Apr 5, 2009 06:41 AM

                            thanks!

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                        ClippyZ RE: ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 03:09 PM

                        Wow!! I should have asked with more than a week to go until my due date! I'm thinking I now have some summer plans with the kiddo. I think soft serve might be a great first "real food!" :)

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                          treb RE: ClippyZ Apr 4, 2009 01:12 PM

                          Don't worry, you'll have some 'grace time' after the event to enjoy those great summer tastes.

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                          bear RE: ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 04:27 PM

                          Actually, Carvel has really creamy soft serve, especially the vanilla. There's one on Eastern Ave. in Malden.

                          I also posted about soft serve a while ago. Here are the responses. I've tried a few of them, but so far Carvel is the creamiest. I still have to try Costco's, though.

                          http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/3992...

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                            twentyoystahs RE: bear Apr 4, 2009 08:45 AM

                            Yes, Carvel is good, and there's a reason for that. I remember reading once that they had one on the highest butterfat content around --not sure if that is still the case --but no doubt it's really good soft serve...

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                              Luther RE: twentyoystahs Apr 4, 2009 10:08 AM

                              Wow, soft serve with actual dairy fat in it? I thought it was all whey powder, corn syrup, and oil.

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                                Velda Mae RE: Luther Apr 6, 2009 01:44 PM

                                Both Celebrity and Dairy Joy use Hood soft serve. It is real ice cream.

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                                  Luther RE: Velda Mae Apr 6, 2009 03:20 PM

                                  Good to know... what's your source?

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                            Blumie RE: ClippyZ Apr 3, 2009 04:41 PM

                            Dairy Joy, on route 117 in Weston, is open for the season. Vanilla, Orange, Creamsicle (vanilla/orange swirl), coffee, raspberry, javaberry (coffee/raspberry swirl). Yum!

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                              andieb RE: Blumie Apr 6, 2009 11:06 AM

                              I second the vote for Dairy Joy in Weston. Great fried clams too!

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                                Blumie RE: andieb Apr 6, 2009 12:15 PM

                                Yeah, just don't stray to the rest of the menu (except the o'rings).

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                                  AHan RE: Blumie Apr 11, 2009 03:32 PM

                                  Dairy Joy is so obscenely overpriced I refuse to go there on principal.

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                                    failingwannabevegan RE: AHan Apr 12, 2009 05:50 AM

                                    Me too. We tried getting food there twice last summer, and the prices were outrageous, especially for what you get. The onion rings were the only good thing we tried besides the ice cream too. Never ever order the veggie burger.

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                                      meganhyde RE: AHan Jun 15, 2009 06:26 PM

                                      I feel the same way but if I get within a 1 mile radius sometimes I just believe I am stimulating the economy.

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                                yummieeee RE: ClippyZ Apr 4, 2009 05:11 AM

                                Tasty treat in Ashland has good soft serve.

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                                  lycheefloat RE: ClippyZ Apr 4, 2009 09:37 AM

                                  Berryline is still in Harvard Square. And it is wonderful! It's a little less pricey than pinkberry and the closest substitute you'll find in the Boston Area. They have mochi now and the flavors of the week are mango and coconut. Mango is amazing.

                                  Berryline is my go to meal replacement when I don't like the menu at Harvard's D-halls.

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                                    taxi RE: ClippyZ Apr 4, 2009 11:10 AM

                                    I love the HUGE serving of soft serve (yogurt) at Costco's. AND, the price is sweet, too!
                                    Congrats on your new baby. Enjoy as the time just flies!

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                                      lowbuckbob RE: ClippyZ Apr 4, 2009 11:59 AM

                                      Bubbling Brook in Westwood. Rte 109 (Walpole line). They have soft serve and hard ice cream and they also have dips for the soft serve.

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                                        scorp508 RE: ClippyZ Apr 5, 2009 05:42 PM

                                        This thread makes me miss Dairy Maid in Raynham on Route 44, long since knocked down for yet another car dealership. Many fond memories of soft serve in the parking lot on a hot summer night. :)

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                                          Ladycale RE: ClippyZ Apr 5, 2009 05:57 PM

                                          Not soft serve per-se but definitely creamy. A Rita's opened in Salem and their custard is very creamy. I love getting their gelati combining the custard and italian ice.

                                          1. Johnresa RE: ClippyZ Apr 6, 2009 12:09 PM

                                            Dairy Maid in Everett is open for the season and they have delicious soft serve. I normally prefer hard ice cream but their strawberry soft serve has me addicted.

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                                              Chris VR RE: Johnresa Apr 11, 2009 06:02 AM

                                              I do love that strawbery soft serve! i think they have pitachio and coffee soft serve too.

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                                              hckybg RE: ClippyZ Apr 6, 2009 12:38 PM

                                              I would wholeheartedly recommend the very modest Cafe Kiraz on Hampshire Street just southeast of Inman Square. They cut off these big chunks of great vanilla or chocolate (I think) soft serve and put it into this crazy drill-like machine with any topping you can think of. You get a full pint and it is really awesome...I could even imagine eating a full pint on a nasty, cold day like today.

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                                                twentyoystahs RE: hckybg Apr 6, 2009 03:20 PM

                                                A bunch of places around Boston do this --Amsterdam Cafe comes to mind. I like their chocolate w/oreos blended in...mmm.

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                                                  Luther RE: hckybg Apr 6, 2009 03:21 PM

                                                  I love the drill! It's also good at Angora Cafe on Comm Av in Alston.

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                                                  lizpetty RE: ClippyZ Apr 6, 2009 01:58 PM

                                                  Ron's Gourmet Ice Cream in Dedham Square and West Roxbury -- it's a bit of a hike, but it was named No. 3 best ice cream in the WORLD by National Geographic, so I think it's totally worth it. My boyfriend and I live in Dedham, so we walk there for a treat at least once a week in the summer months. The soft-serve is just as good as their many hard ice cream flavors!

                                                  1. itaunas RE: ClippyZ Apr 9, 2009 04:48 PM

                                                    After having Celebrity yesterday and Spadafora's in Malden today, I slightly preferred my cone from Spadafora's but it wasn't a fair comparison because I ordered a dip at Spadafora's. The small at Spadafora's was also quite large (probably equal a medium at Celebrity, although our large was larger with a much larger price). Celebrity has more normal soft serve flavors, plus the puck soft serve (as I mentioned Jay's in Malden center offers those). Their bananna split is only $5.95 (I believe you can do soft serve or richardsons, but we did the latter).... and was better quality ingredients than Dairy King. No coconut ice cream (and less flavors than some other options) and around 6-7 slush flavors today. Outdoor seating only, but open every day now.

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                                                      chompie RE: itaunas Apr 10, 2009 11:47 PM

                                                      forget soft serve and run to Abbotts in Needham for frozen custard. We live north of boston but are going crazy to return there after our first visit. Everything else tastes thin and fake after that. Tried the vanilla and chocolate and it just tastes like pure milk/cream with a gentle addictive flavor and a wonderful creaminess, between soft serve and premium ice cream. If you like a rich dark chocolate you wont like this. But for us it was sublime.. more like the flavor of childhood choc ice cream or choc. milk, before the world upped the intensity of the flavors of everything. What and where is Ritas in Salem?
                                                      Is it frozen custard?

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                                                        veggielover RE: chompie Jul 7, 2009 10:58 AM

                                                        I agree. Abbotts is my favorite, too.

                                                    2. greygarious RE: ClippyZ Apr 11, 2009 08:56 AM

                                                      Cravings in Wakefield center blends all kinds of optional add-ins into their soft-serve - not just the usual candy stuff but things like carrot cake.

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                                                        jackattack RE: greygarious Apr 30, 2009 12:37 PM

                                                        Do you know if Craving's makes their own hard-serve ice cream?? Or is it Meletharb's that they scoop at Cravings?

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                                                          greygarious RE: jackattack Apr 30, 2009 03:01 PM

                                                          http://cravingsicecream.com/

                                                          Apparently they make their own. Although the mix-ins are listed under the yogurt options, they can also be blended into the ice cream.

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                                                        eckbean8 RE: ClippyZ Apr 30, 2009 12:51 PM

                                                        i think berryline is better than pinkberry--they have more flavors than just green tea and original (they rotate them). banana yogurt with strawberries is amazing....

                                                        there is a second one opening on mass ave. near cambridge commons too! not sure when though.

                                                        as for soft serve, there is a great place by the T stop of the blue line at Revere Beach.

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                                                          Velda Mae RE: eckbean8 May 7, 2009 04:43 AM

                                                          It is open.

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                                                          tallullah RE: ClippyZ May 1, 2009 05:42 AM

                                                          Many moons ago an ex-boyfriend took me to a little ice cream shack in Quincy that was soooooo amazing. I still dream of the soft with brownie dough mixed in. Does this ring a bell for anyone. I can't give any clues as to where it's located.

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                                                            jackattack RE: tallullah May 1, 2009 01:17 PM

                                                            Frozen Freddies? Mama Scoops? Quincy Creamery?

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                                                              tallullah RE: jackattack May 1, 2009 01:59 PM

                                                              I don't know! At least with these names I can try to figure it out.
                                                              Thanks.

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                                                              robertlf RE: tallullah May 2, 2009 06:44 PM

                                                              Dairy Freeze on Adams St.

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                                                                tallullah RE: robertlf May 3, 2009 06:39 PM

                                                                *dingdingding* we have a winner! Thanks robertif.

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                                                                dcafe RE: tallullah Aug 29, 2009 11:51 AM

                                                                Mama Scoops in West quincy has a fine twist cone. Maybe you're thinking of Dairy Freeze in between East Milton Square and Quincy--on Adams St.?

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                                                                Stojko Jr. RE: ClippyZ May 1, 2009 04:06 PM

                                                                Amen to Dairy Maid in Everett, though I'd suggest the hot fudge sundaes. There's something disturbingly addictive about said fudge.

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                                                                  meganhyde RE: ClippyZ Jun 15, 2009 06:21 PM

                                                                  Liberty Ice Cream at the intersection of Speen, Mill and Pond Streets in Natick

                                                                  Fabulous ice cream! Excellent soft serve. Ice cream sandwiches which are a wonderful treat for the office, where there is a strong preference for the black raspberry. I also love the chocolate peanut butter serve in hard serve. Moderately hard - I gather peanut butter makes the ice cream softer.

                                                                  You can get bacon and eggs, hot dogs and grilled cheese, but I can never get myself to order anything but ice cream. Reasonably priced, owners are charming. Closed on Sundays.

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                                                                    catsmeow RE: ClippyZ Jun 15, 2009 08:48 PM

                                                                    Kell's Creme ....the original on Revere Beach and a newer one just over the Swampscott border past the beach in Lynn.

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                                                                      TroyOLeary RE: catsmeow Jul 7, 2009 09:06 AM

                                                                      We went to Kell's Kreme for the first time on Saturday.

                                                                      Wish I'd seen the post above about not being able to bring dogs on the beach after March 1. Still, though, a great time.

                                                                      Small roast beef at Kelly's (pink, juicy, delicious) followed by a short walk to Kell's for a twist cone. Incredibly smooth and creamy soft serve. Only problem was when it started melting about 15 seconds after purchase -- trying to juggle a dog, a cone and napkins without getting soft serve on my shirt was an experience.

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                                                                        threedogs RE: TroyOLeary Jul 7, 2009 06:02 PM

                                                                        I love Kell's Creme! Imagine my surprise to find the one in Swampscott, not too far away from me (like my waist needs it...) The sizes of those cones are huge, too...

                                                                        Mmm... getting hungry...

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                                                                        Allstonian RE: catsmeow Jul 18, 2009 05:49 AM

                                                                        BarmyFotheringayPhipps and I discovered Kell's last night, after hitting Kelly's. I was slightly dismayed to find AFTER the purchase that they charge 50 cents extra for jimmies, but damn those were above-average jimmies. And the ice cream - wow. Just wow. So good!

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                                                                          BarmyFotheringayPhipps RE: Allstonian Jul 18, 2009 09:45 AM

                                                                          Yes, Celebrity has been deposed. That might have been the best soft-serve cone I have ever had.

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                                                                        yummieeee RE: ClippyZ Jun 15, 2009 09:10 PM

                                                                        My two favorites are Cabots in Newton and Dairy Joy in Weston.

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                                                                          meganhyde RE: yummieeee Jun 19, 2009 02:48 PM

                                                                          Cabot's is great and I like the turkey burger too. But they don't have soft serve ice cream. They do have the yoghurt transformed by giant screw, but that is not the same.

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                                                                            Scruffy The Cat RE: meganhyde Jul 7, 2009 05:39 PM

                                                                            Not only is it yogurt, but it really isn't all that good. It is oddly flavorless. I keep trying it thinking it was just me, but it's just cold, sweet creamy substance. No discernible yogurt flavor or ice cream flavor. I like Cabot's a lot for many, many things (belgian waffle= swoon) but not this.

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                                                                          djd RE: ClippyZ Jun 18, 2009 10:32 AM

                                                                          What soft-serve places do you guys recommend avoiding?

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                                                                            chompie RE: djd Jul 7, 2009 01:01 AM

                                                                            since being so spoiled by Abbots, we finally found a soft serve that i somewhat close.. which is Richardsons van/choc swirl. After Abbots, we didnt love anything, including Richardsons, but tried their soft serve and its really good esp with the choc and vanilla mix. But be aware that many places that serve Richardsons hard scoop, do not use their soft serve, so you may only find it at the Middleton one, or probably at the Reading one.

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                                                                            KingCarnivore RE: ClippyZ Jul 7, 2009 05:23 PM

                                                                            I think I'm blessed with good soft serve location karma - I live near Celebrity in Watertown and work near Dairy Freeze on Adams st in Quincy. Both are among the best I've had - but now I have to say not the best - Today I found a place that tops both. Its not really in easy driving distance but I had to post about it - anyone been to Finbar's in Orleans? We're down on the cape for vacation, and went today. Finbar's is in the site of a former Dairy Queen, just off the Rt 6 Rotary on Rt. 28 in orleans.

                                                                            It was a slightly bad sign when we drove up and saw the Taylor service truck there (Taylor is the company that makes the softserve machines) - so no chocolate vanilla twist for me, but we still were able to get a Vanilla cone. It was super rich and creamy and tasted like real vanilla. Clearly made with real ice cream base. mmmmmmmm!

                                                                            Anyone else been?

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                                                                              catsmeow RE: ClippyZ Jul 18, 2009 06:47 AM

                                                                              Yesterday, I got a very good ss cone from the truck at the Copley Sq Farmer's Market. It was the first time I went to this market, so I don't know if it's there every week. It was parked across from the hotel next to the Trinity Church.

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                                                                                twentyoystahs RE: ClippyZ Jul 20, 2009 07:18 PM

                                                                                What do folks think about the soft serve truck parked right outside of Boston Common (on the Arlington Street side.)
                                                                                I had a twist yesterday w sprinkles and thought it was pretty good.
                                                                                Then today I had a soft serve at Sullivan's on Castle Island...not so good. They don't have sprinkles and I just feel like there's something missing if i can't have my sprinkles on soft serve. It is supposedly non-fat yogurt and I didn't think it had much flavor. JP Licks, on the other hand, has non fat yogurt soft serve and depending on the flavor i think it's ok.

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                                                                                  Pemmican RE: twentyoystahs Mar 19, 2010 09:47 AM

                                                                                  JP Licks' peanut butter FF fro yo is amazing. A close second is the oreo.
                                                                                  For the "real stuff" there is a very sketchy looking florist + ice cream place (Dairy King?) on Revere Beach Parkway that twists a mean cone. Not soft serve (or ice cream) but the only frozen yogurt they had on offer as of last week was a to-die-for raspberry with oodles of different chocolate bits. Generous scoops at this place too!

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