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The most notable vintage ice cream parlors in the country

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Classic Neapolitan ice cream flight at Fentons in Oakland, Calif.

Shops specializing in frozen treats can be found in a wide variety of forms these days. There's the resurgent fro-yo trend that's spreading through major American cities. Then there are the shops that specialize in truly kooky and bizarre ice cream flavors, like the venerable Humphry Slocombe in San Francisco and Max & Mina's in Queens, N.Y. Ice cream holds a special place in the hearts of Americans, perhaps no better demonstrated than with its nostalgia for its classic ice cream parlors.

What defines a classic ice cream parlor? These authentic shops feature a combination of distinct atmospheric and culinary qualities. With regards to furnishings, classic ice cream parlors have both booths and a bar area where customers can watch treats being made. Decor is typically reminiscent of the bygone era in which the parlor was founded (with most parlors on this list that means the early-to-mid 20th century), which often includes anything from jukeboxes to Tiffany-style lamps.

From a food perspective, ice cream parlors specialize in offering homemade ice cream in a variety of ways, including but not limited to malts, ice cream sodas, sundaes, and milkshakes. And usually, they make everything exactly the same way they have been for decades, right down to the made-to-order fountain sodas.

One of the most distinguishing qualities of classic ice cream parlors is that they tend to be family-owned and run. In fact, every parlor on this list is a multi-generational operation. So, let nostalgia take hold of your taste buds as you're guided through the country's best retro ice cream parlors.

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The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


The Most Essential Ice Cream Cookbooks

While the internet offers plenty of recipes (ahem, our site included), nothing quite beats the feeling a real, live cookbook in your grasp. That’s especially true when you’re diving into the wide world of homemade ice cream and in search of serious guidance to get you on your way. Having something tactile in your grasp is like having a floatie to reach for once you’ve splashed in. Luckily, there are a slew of solid ice cream cookbooks out there just waiting to be added to your collection. Here are eight that we at Kitchn love the most and lean on whenever the craving for ice cream hits.

1. Hello, My Name Is Ice Cream by Dana Cree

One of the newest ice cream cookbooks on the shelves, this one easily joins the list of essentials, thanks to its approachable yet in-depth look at everything ice cream. Cree not only teaches you how to make it, but also about the science behind it. If you like to know the deep “why” behind ice cream recipes, this book has you covered.

2. The Perfect Scoop by David Lebovitz

When I first got an ice cream maker years ago, my smart sister gifted me this cookbook for my birthday. To this day, it’s the book I turn to whenever I want to churn something up. There’s plenty of sage advice and classic recipes for beginners, but enough spunk (flavors like olive oil!) to keep more advanced ice cream enthusiasts interested.

3. Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Bretton Bauer

If you’ve ever tasted a pint of Jeni’s, you know just how special this ice cream is. This book brings her unique flavors, like goat cheese with roasted cherries, into your own kitchen and also reveals the secrets of her extra-creamy and rich egg-free ice cream base.


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