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Posted by anonymous on 03/30/2013
They do some amazing things with Ice Cream. My favorite isn't listed on the menu -- the Mr. Potato Head, a potato chip & peanut butter with vanilla ice cream. I think its just a summer thing, but you could probably order it any time.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/13/2011
We went there the first time tonight with mu husband, and 2 children. We ordered the Sundae of Broken dreams, a children's sundae which was a very small scoop of ice cream with maybe 10 sprinkles on top and whipped cream, and some other type of sundae descriped as a hot dog of some kind. Dont get me wrong the ice cream was delicious, but the service was so poor. Our waitress had no personality, can you crack a fake smile at least once and pretend you like working there. It was abit uncomfortable. It took 25 min to get our order. There was 6 people behind the counter but it seemed like only one guy was making everything. We also ordered three donuts which was good but $33.00 later including tip seemed outrageous for what we ordered. Skip this place and go somewhere else. Hey owner, a piece of advice, why dont you hire more people to make sundaes so your customers dont have to make almost half an hour for their order. For gosh sakes, seriously, it's only ice cream, it really shouldnt take so long!
Posted by Maggie Hoffman on 07/13/2010
Entrancing. From the moment that you walk in the door of Brooklyn Farmacy you're surrounded by delightful antiquities and beautiful design. The walls are decked with dark wooden shelves lined with local general store goods, and a beautiful etched mirror hangs over the back of the bar. Beautiful old pharmaceutical bottles, pretty jars, ice cream glasses and long silver spoons crowd the old fashioned soda shop. Okay, but enough about the charming aesthetics--the menu is equally amazing. From locally made pies & cupcakes to good ol' egg creams with pretzel rods, this place is a fountain of goodness. If you haven't had an egg cream yet, this place will be an excellent introduction. If you have, then you might be able to get a little more daring with your order. Perhaps a 'pink poodle' made with hibiscus soda would be to your liking? Anyway, whatever, just go here. It's sure to become a borough wide favorite! Oh, and did I mention that it is totally kid friendly?