I return to this great Ice Cream parlor after a 30 years absence (I moved), it was all I remembered, and it's more Sapranio's fame made it extra fun.
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I always root for the little guy, in this case, a sure winner and good pick. The place is right out of history, and provides much needed past family owned and operated situations that rarely exist today in the corporate mess of rubber stamp food....More
Whenever I come here it's usually for dessert and I usually get a hot fudge sundae with vanilla ice cream and wet walnuts, as well topped with some whipped cream. (Why Not) This is the place where they filmed the last scene in The Sopranos...More
Always a good spot for a quick lunch, dinner, or ice cream. We always get cheese fries and onion rings. Some good staples here are burgers, triple decker sandwiches, grilled cheese (with ham or taylor ham), and of course their homemade, delicious ice cream. Decent...More
I've been here before to pick up ice cream. This was the first time sitting at a table. I was a big Soprano's fan and have to admit it was cool reliving and discussing the scenes shot here for the last season. We were hoping...More
As a Soprano's fan I had to make the commute once when I was traveling from the city to Albany. It is not far from Newark airport, just a bit to the north east. The restaurant is actually kind of like an old school candy...More
Good time for all always! Food is always as expected and that's a good thing, no surprises. Ice cream is always much better here for some reason, probably the way it's made. Not that all air and fluff ice cream; it's dense, creamy and full...More