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ounded in 1976 by a couple of unemployed neighbors, the Ice Creamsmith is a reminder that getting out of the rat race can lead to much, much better things. It serves a selection of old-fashioned 14 percent butterfat ice cream made in an Emery Thompson ice cream freezer, with classic flavors like vanilla, strawberry, and sweet cream, but also frozen pudding, banana, and a revolving selection of low-fat frozen yogurt and fruit sorbets under toppings ranging from Reese’s Cups to bubble gum, and specialties including ice-cream sundaes. Araki
Americans eat more ice cream than anyone else on earth—15 quarts per person per year, on average. The most popular flavor? Vanilla, which accounts for nearly one-third of ice-cream sales.
May 1 through Thanksgiving, Monday through Sunday, noon to 10 p.m.
October 31, noon to 5 p.m.
Thanksgiving Day, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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