Starting yesterday, East Passyunk’s P’unk Burger started collaborating with Old City’s Franklin Fountain on milkshakes and scoops–making P’unk the only location on the Avenue (and in all of South Philly) to get Franklin Fountain’s ice cream.
So what kind of flavors do they have available on this cold and frosty day?
The counter at West Chester Coffee & Ice Cream Bar. | Photograph by Jauhien Sasnou
Franklin Fountain, Old City’s destination ice cream shop, might get all the buzz, but these retro soda shops and on-the-farm dairies are equally sweet spots to get your brain freeze on. We promise: These ice cream shops are all more than worth the trip.
For a country treat:Chester Springs Creamery at Milky Way Farm
The coolest thing about this working Chester Springs farm and dairy is that every single cow has a name, and every single ice cream in the creamery is attributed to one of them. So when you pop into the big, bright ice-cream shop on the top of the hill, you’ll be scoring a cone of Melody’s mocha chip or Bessie’s black raspberry. Don’t limit your visits to summer: Come fall, you can score Abby’s apple cinnamon ice cream. 521 East Uwchlan Avenue, Chester Springs. Read more »
As we told you yesterday, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia is filming for its upcoming season in and around Center City this week. The cast and crew spent about an hour shooting a scene outside Franklin Fountain near 2nd and Market streets in Old City today.