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Jun 8, 2012 08:35 AM

Quincy Ice Cream Molly-Moo's

There's a great little ice cream shop in Quincy that opened this spring. It's called Molly Moo's on Beach St .

They have these great homemade ice cream sandwiches made with fresh cookies that are to die for. They also do hard ice cream "blizzards" with fresh ingredients.

So good and it's around the corner from my house.

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    1. Tough location for retail. I'll give it a try, but the locals better like to eat ice cream in the winter. They are going to need a lot of luck.

      1. Didn't they used to be in Canton in the shopping plaza with Marshall's and Halfway Cafe?

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        1. re: L2k

          It was in canton. The ice cream was pretty good and looked liked a good location, next to starbucks and bertucci's. Several other places went out of business in the same spot and now there a ups store or something similar.

          Good luck, hope you have parking for the new site.

          Or was that Maggie Moos in canton?

        2. I'm trying to figure the exact location, but can't view the web site because the iPad doesn't support flash. Is it across from the old brick school turned condo? where the flag shop used to be?

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          1. re: Pegmeister

            That's it Peg. Did a drive by the other day. Will give it a try soon.

            1. re: CocoDan

              Thanks Dan. I kind of figured that was the location. Parking is pretty tough there so I hope it works out for them. It's convenient for me so I'll probably give it a try.

              1. re: Pegmeister

                I stopped by today. It was just a few blocks from Wollaston Beach. The whole block was empty and I parked right out front. They had lots of favors....some reminded me of Christine's. I asked where their ice cream was made and the 2 teens behind the counter didn't know and said "some ice cream maler.". I wasn't in an adventurous mood and for chocolate chip. It was disappointing. The chocolate had itty bitty slivers like Howard Johnson's which I liked. Uncortunatly, the vanilla base reminded me of Sealtest or some other bulk supermarket brand. it had a very slight yellow tint. The chocolate slivers didn't have a high quality taste. I went out of my way to go there after reading about it and probably won't be back. Fortunately, I stopped at Fresh Market in Hingham on my way back to Boston and got a few pints of Graeters to get me through the next few weeks..

                1. re: catsmeow

                  Oh that's disappointing. I was hoping for some quality ice cream; maybe even ginger or cardamom flavors.

          2. In the "About" blurb on the website, it says they've teamed up with Christina's to develop the 30 flavors.