Tucked away on 10th st. between 3rd and 4th avenues in NYC’s East Village, you will find the amply-supplied, homemade ice cream shop, Sundaes and Cones. As with any store of this vernacular, when I ventured inside on a warm June day, I tasted several flavors before choosing my favorite.
Sundaes and Cones serves up many of the ‘usual suspects’ such as mint chocolate chip, vanilla and the rest but also includes a couple of flavors that were never a part of my midwestern childhood including, the simply titled, Corn.
Ultimately, I landed on the Hazelnut which provided an original Hazelnut taste that I don’t seem to get out of the Ben & Jerry’s selections from the nearby Houston Village Farm deli. A single scoop cost me $3 and change… a bit pricey I thought. Within 5 minutes I was done and satisfied. It was nothing over the top but my scoop of sweetness got the job done.
This East Village blog gives Sundaes and Cones 3.5 out of 5 scoops.
Click here to see the Google Street Map view of Sundaes and Cones ice cream store.
June 16th, 2007
Entry Filed under: Food