I took one of my friends to share in this cool, creamy adventure. While my friend got his favorite (Cookies 'n Cream), I wanted to try a couple of flavors that intrigued me: Sweet Black Cherry and Caramel Praline (both with no added sugar in them).
|Cookies 'n Cream|
|Sweet Black Cherry (bottom scoop) and Caramel Praline|
Both have no added sugar (using sucralose instead)
One staff member asked why I was taking so many pictures of the food. When I mentioned it was for my food blog, she took some time to mention how they are a nonprofit organization; all monies they get go to charity. It was nice of the staff to go out of their way to tell me more about their business. They came across as loving, heartwarming people that added to my first experience there.
And let's not forget their awesome cookies and brownies. They looked so good, but I was so full from lunch and the ice cream, I had to pass on it for now. But I did take photos, of course:
I also liked Serendipity's decor. It's a small place, and the wooden tables, the lighting, and the colors worked for me. It's almost like ice cream parlor met part of your grandmother's home -- and I mean that in a good way. I thought it was an inviting place to be.
I'll be honest: I am not a huge ice cream, cookie, and brownie fan in the grand scheme of things, but it was still worth the trip to go to Serendipity. Look at it this way: if I could happily eat two scoops of their ice cream (having never seen or heard of this place before) AFTER consuming about four pounds' worth of food elsewhere, you know this place is good. Definitely worth a trip back, and maybe I'll sample a cookie or brownie next time. 7/10