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Posted by Ellen on 09/07/2011
It can be hard to find a good old-fashioned ice cream sundae in NYC and I'm thrilled to have discovered Sundaes and Cones. The ingredients are top notch, the choice of flavors and toppings is wide and varied, the service is excellent and my sundae was delicious. I would have preferred to eat it in a glass or metal sundae dish with a metal spoon, but that's a small quibble. The inside seating area is comfortable but plain with views of the street. No old-fashioned booths, but hey... They do the most important thing right...serve high quality ice cream and sundaes superbly.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/14/2010
my favorites are the mint chocolate chip (definitely the creamiest one i've ever had) and the pink grapefruit sorbet, but you can't go wrong...the ice cream is fantastic. We also got a cake from here for a going away party; they were very accommodating and the cake was delicious with so many cute touches!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/26/2009
this place is great! not only do they have the best tasting flavors but the service is great too. once you walk in, they ask to serve you and they stay with you until you order..no longer how long it takes for you to order. they don't bounce around from customer to customer and the ice cream is to die for. the prices are reasonable and the portions are huge! i eat alot and two scoops of ice cream is hard. stick with the one scoop, well worth the money and it'll definitely satisfy your sweet tooth.
Posted by anonymous on 08/02/2007
All of the flavors I have tried here have been excellent. They do allow you to sample, and there is seating inside and a couple of chairs outside as well. The servers are also very nice. I highly recommend the ginger ice cream, but really, everything is good!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/19/2007
I just tried their sesame ice cream yesterday & it was great! I hate to say it, but I found their sesame flavor a bit better than Chinatown Ice Cream Factory's, which uses more whole sesame seeds than ground. Lick's uses purely ground black sesame seeds, which brings out the sesame flavor more than munching on whole black sesame seeds, & reminds me of the black sesame paste used in Chinese dessert dumplings (tang yuan). This place also has room to sit down, which is a plus. I'm not sure if they allow sampling like CICF, but give this place a try anyway!