Light, milky ice cream and an atmosphere as colorful as its cute, cartoon mascot..
Neon pink, turquoise and yellow clash merrily against black and white cow-spotted counters and tables. The story of Maggie Moo, the creamery's lovable mascot, is scribbled on the wall. Still, the place lacks the personality born of originality; it's an ice cream shop for the fast-food aficionado.
With two-dozen rotating flavors in a variety of styles, the menu can be a bit overwhelming. The cheesecake ice cream is divine, the cinnamon transports, and if you're a fan of chocolate or vanilla, your flavor rocks. For those who prefer their ice cream on the lighter side, this is the place--the soft-serve, fruit-flavored sorbet, and non-fat, no-sugar ice cream are both fantastic. Have that in a waffle cone, a waffle bowl, a cone dipped in chocolate, dipped in white chocolate, white chocolate with sprinkles--the possibilities are endless.
Fun Place. They really try to make it a fun place. They have a party room for birthday parties and such. They give tours to groups and for girl scouts they have an activity patch. The tour is free and you get a history and chemistry lesson on ice cream while you actually are involved in making a batch of ice cream and then you get to sample the ice cream you just made. It is really interesting! Their Chocolate and Dark Chocolate Ice Cream have won a national competition for the last 8 years and their Vanilla & Strawberry also won the national competition this last year. My favorite is the dark chocolate and it makes a really good shake too!
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