Sundaes and Cones

Sundaes and Cones in New York City’s East Village

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.

East Village Hazelnut Ice Cream

Scoop of Hazelnut Ice Cream

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


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