Boston >Cold Stone Creamery
“Awesome ice cream, not for calorie counters.”
“Cold Stone Creamery is yummy”
“Coldstone is very expensive compared to other ice cream places, but it's worth it.”
Sweet tooths line up for ice cream concoctions made on a granite slab..
Crowds of couples, teenagers and parents with toddlers press up against the long refrigerated display case at this dessert chain, where a variety of ice creams, frozen yogurts and sorbets are made in-store daily. Customers choose flavors like sweet cream, cake batter or banana, add mix-ins--ranging from candy bar chunks and Gummi bears to hot fudge and peanut butter--then servers mash it all together on a frozen slab of granite.
Awesome ice cream, not for calorie counters..
Cold Stone Creamery sometimes gets a bad rap because of the uber-high calorie content of their delectable homemade ice cream. I must cry foul on this claim, since they offer a small, medium, and large size cup and a variety of low fat ice creams as well.
Sure, when i was a wee lad I crammed my face with the Gotta have-it sized Peanut Butter Cup Perfection (a concoction consisting of chocolate ice cream, hot fudge, peanut butter, and Reeses PB cups), but since I have learned that moderation is key. A small (Like it size) cheesecake ice-cream suits me just fine.
By all means though, if you feel like splurging on a 1500 calorie gut-buster, it will be the best twenty minutes (less, if you're really hungry) of your life. A seemingly limitless amount of toppings will keep the most loyal ice-cream lovers coming back for more. Also, interestingly enough, Cold Stone delivers via Foodler. Cool, huh?
If you love IceCream.
We went to the Charlestown location. Small crowd when we went in but the server got right to us & when another was done helping someone eles she came over to help with our order. The ice cream is thick & creamy! We got three different kinds and you cant go wrong. Fresh, Fresh, Fresh!
You will pay the price for high quality though= we got 3 smalls= $16.00 + tip
watch your server+ one server was scooping it on (3 scoops/sm size)while the other that came over to help only put one scoop (1 scoop/sm size)on a cone?????
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