As for me, I had a Reeses Cup sundae. If you've been following Two Bears Farm for a while, you probably already know I have a thing for Reeses cups. Particularly the minis. Mmmmm.
It's a pretty inviting little place - cute umbrella tables outside and a fairly large deck. Several times when we drove by, the line was way out the door.
I will say that as much as we enjoyed the ice cream from here (and it was very very good), it still can't touch the ice cream from our local Homestead Creamery.
Our next ice cream sampling took place at Mister Whippy, which has a bit of a nostalgic feel to it.
I got a cone this time, but we got smart with the twins and got their ice cream in cups instead of cones this time around.
This soft serve seemed very similar to what you might get at Dairy Queen. I heard this statistic on the radio one morning when I was running that something like 80% of people prefer hard ice cream. Me? I prefer soft serve.
I think Pierce just prefers any type of ice cream he can get his hands on!
My favorite part of Mister Whippy's? Seeing this cute tiny little old ice cream truck! How adorable is this?
So there is a third ice cream place on Chincoteague that is an old fashioned ice cream parlor (I think it was called Muellers), but we went there our last night (on a Friday, at around 5:45 pm) and it was closed! We were disappointed. Not sure if it was just closed during this time or if it has shut down. Instead, we went to Orange Julius. I thought they'd all disappeared, but it turns out that there is still one on Chincoteague (and maybe in other places too?). Total yum - I hadn't had one since I was a teenager!
We had a fun quest to try out all the ice cream on Chincoteague! The boys were definitely loving it. Readers, what is your favorite ice cream?