Good ice cream shop. Huge scoops and quality is pretty good. Price is also good for what you get. But be aware that it's cash only. They don't tell you this until you order and step up to the register and see a tiny sign.
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This is a cute shop with a nostalgic vibe. The ice cream was very good and the price was reasonable. The do not have a bathroom even for patrons and they only take cash (which we didn't know until after we ordered).
Cute place. The brownie sundae was delicious. The children loved their vanilla shakes and the fresh squeezed lemonade was so refreshing. This local business is great!
My teenagers, who think ice-cream is its own food group, wanted to stop in for a sweet treat during our stroll along the streets of Bryson City. What an adorable place! They raved about the ice-cream, and my husband and I ooed and ahhhed over...More
This place looked like it was straight out of the 1950s with Coke signs, an old gas pump and chrome chairs. The ice cream was delicious. Prices are reasonable. Be sure you bring some cold hard cash because they don't take anything else (no credit...More
Thank you for the REVIEW love.
I know it is called soda pops, but I really recommend the lemonade. It is so good you'll want seconds. Fun, nostalgic atmosphere.
The Fresh Squeezed Lemonades are the Bomb!!! You should try the Cheery Limeade or Orangeade next time. Thank you for the review love.
The ice cream was good. The stool I sat on was very uneven on the floor. The server put both scoops of my friends ice cream in a very small cup. The decor was nice but I would not go here again.
Sorry but the Stools are fine it's an old building with uneven floors, kinda goes with the theme.
Mayfield hard scoop ice cream available with the option to mix in some typical toppings. Waffle cones and cake cones available. Interior is cute. There is no public bathroom available in this shop. This is the case with most businesses in the downtown Bryson City...More
Thank you for the honest review. We price things for our Locals and always a balancing act.