GALLERY: Places For Great Ice Cream From Conklin To Apalachin
April is almost gone, spring has been here for a month, and snow should be history. Well at least anything significant, hopefully. This is the time of year for getting outside, planting, mowing the lawn, spring cleaning, and enjoying an ice cream cone at your favorite ice cream stand.
When I was growing up, it was such a treat when my parents would make a stop at the local Tastee-Freez ice cream stand. Remember those stand-alone buildings? From what I could find out, there are just a few left in the United States according to their website, but their ice cream products are also sold in other restaurants owned by the parent company, the Galardi Group.
I keep putting it off, but I have been craving my first soft-serve twist cone of the season. The Greater Binghamton area has many places to enjoy a cone, or whatever ice cream treat you may fancy. Actually, my favorite is Black Raspberry hard ice cream in a waffle cone. The second is a soft-serve twist in a waffle cone that has a rim of chocolate and peanuts around the upper half of the cone.
So, it's time for me to cease procrastinating, and get to a local ice cream stand for my first cone of the season. Or maybe a banana split. I'm so undecided right now. And there are several places to go for some ice cream. Let's take a look at some places in the Triple Cities area From Conklin to Apalachin. As far as I know, all these places are open for business. Check their website or Facebook pages for details.
Did I miss any between Conklin and Apalachin? And let me know where your go-to place is for ice cream in the Southern Tier. I added some area ice cream places outside of the Triple Cites from social media responses as well that are very popular.