Ice Cream Parlors

Bell Blvd 45th Dr
Northern Blvd Douglaston
Great Neck Current



Bungalow Bar

Circus Man

Good Humor Man
Farrells Zoo

Frozen Cup

Frozen Cup (another)

(And again)

Lemon Ice King of Corona

Lemon Ice King of Corona before it was Lemon Ice King
Schraffts 5th Avenue Restaurant / Parlor
Miracle Mile / Aunt Millies

Swensens Ad (Manhasset, Woodbury, Rockville Centre)

Mister Softee
Zipz first phopto attempt

Zipz second photo attempt
Franchise Ad
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  1. arlene

     /  October 26, 2009

    willie’s candy store…main st and 75th ave…flushing

    • I worked in willies as a young kid from 1963-1975.I would insert the weekend papers.I also short order cooked. I did every job in that store .I was paid 2.25 an hour off the books.I worked after school and every weekend.What a way to grow up in the 1960s,1970s. G.R.W. Now live in Arizona!!

  2. Mary Hickey

     /  December 31, 2009

    Winters Ice Cream Parlor on Jamaica Avenue in Queens Village

  3. Charles

     /  January 23, 2010

    Jahn’s in RVC gone? I remember going for a Kitchen Sink there upon elementary school garduation. :-(

  4. Stacy

     /  March 21, 2010

    Grammas’s Main Street -Port Jefferson!

  5. Anita

     /  March 22, 2010

    There was also a Jahn’s on Valentine Avenue in the Bronx — Yum! And on the Grand Concourse near Fordham Road there was Krum’s.

  6. Marty Zeiger

     /  February 19, 2012

    Addie Vallins Continental Ave. in Forest Hills

  7. Marty Zeiger

     /  February 19, 2012

    Winters Ice Cream Parlor on Woodhaven Blvd.near 62 in Rego Park near the Drake Theater.

  8. There was also Witts on Metropolitian which is today known as Eddie’s Sweet Shop.

  9. Fred

     /  March 12, 2012

    can’t access most of the photos

  10. George Geiger

     /  July 24, 2012

    There was a Hildenbrants Ice Cream Parlor in Williston Park on Hillside Avenue. All of their ice cream was made in house. I did not care for their chocolate ice cream. It was too bitter for me. As I recall, the other flavors were good though.

  11. SLK

     /  August 15, 2012

    Anyone remember the name of an ice cream parlor on Hempstead Turnpike in Elmont on the corner opposite a corner candy store? I think it had a one word name. This was in the 60s and 70s. At one time, a dead body was found behind the store.

    • SLK

       /  August 15, 2012

      Of course, after I posted my comment, I remember the name: Milk Maid! I recall that is was expensive, but my sisters and I could go once in a while for very special treat back in the 60s-70s.

      • Dave Bartlett

         /  August 27, 2015

        I used to work there when I was in high school in the late 60’s

    • barfrausa

       /  June 27, 2015

      milk maid

  12. carol chellhorn

     /  November 6, 2014

    my uncles owned winters ice cream parlor in rego park

  13. ruth

     /  January 18, 2015

    jackson hieghts queens has an original jahns ice cream parlor, i believe. there for a very long time

  14. ruth

     /  January 18, 2015

    anyone remember eddie arcarol pizza in kings shopping center in brooklyn. he was a famous jockey won many horse races hope i spelled his name right.

  15. Blue Mirror

     /  February 3, 2015

    There was an glorious ice cream parlor in New Rochelle, NY at 615 Main Street. I only went there once — circa 1968 when I was very young. I don’t believe it was actually a Jahns, but it was in the Jahns / Serendipity style broadly speaking — ice cream as fantasy. The exterior of the facade was very ornate and fanciful; some small remnant of that remains (but without the kaleidoscopic colors).

  16. There was an old fashioned ice cream parlor either in Commack or Smithtown in the late 1970s. I used to work there but for the life of me, can’t remember the name. Any help out there? It was set up to look old fashioned.

  17. jack littlefield

     /  August 29, 2016

    I do remember Witts on Metropolitan ave, and Winters on Woodhaven blvd, but the place we really hung out at was Wilkins on Jamaica Avenue just west of Woodhaven boulevard . They served Ice cream that Emil Wilkins made himself, great hamburgers and other sandwiches. French Fries and even home fries made by the individual pan full and fried in lard. They even had a juke box. But if you misbehaved, Grandma Wilkins might slao you in the face with the wet counter rag. My brothers Bob and Kevin worked there in the mid late 60’s We used to go there sometimes on Sunday evenings after Chellis Hall dances on Sunday afternoons


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