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Why the Generations Love Bliss Restaurant in Attleboro,
Bliss Restaurant, Attleboro, Massachusetts.
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Bliss Restaurant in Attleboro, Mass., is the epitome of the
American Dream -- that is, forever, a small business that has expanded
through the years while never compromising to a huge fan base of locals.
Originally opening as an ice cream stand in 1930, an ice cream
in 1952 and then expanding to a family restaurant in 1978, Bliss
Restaurant is one of those rare restaurants that seems equally popular
with all generations. The old timers love the old school look of the
large dining room that is reminiscent of the old Brigham's -- counter
with stools and booths with ice cream and food being created within the
open kitchen concept. I have seen a few of the older set go out on
dates to Bliss by splitting a sundae. Modern day parents appreciate the
low prices and
friendly wait staff, and wide selection of breakfast items, sandwiches,
soups, salads and dinners (they have nice Friday seafood specials) that
increases the chances of everyone finding something they like to eat.
The kids probably tap into the main reason Bliss has thrived through
the generations: ice cream, ice cream and ice cream.
The problem with many family ice cream restaurants through the
generations has, ironically, been the quality of the ice cream --
something you could buy for much less in the supermarkets. This is why
you have seen family ice cream restaurant chains go out of business,
reduce the number of stores, or just not bring in the crowds liked they
used to -- ice cream fans eventually catch on. Bliss has always, on the
other hand, committed to a quality of ice cream closer to that of a high quality local
ice cream stand by consistently focusing on a thicker, creamier and more flavorful taste.
Maybe that is why Bliss has become a distributor to many ice cream
stands in the area. I have been fooled many times, thinking several ice cream
stands made their own delicious homemade ice cream only to find out
that Bliss is their distributor. It's just, flat-out tremendous ice
My favorites: peppermint, strawberry cheesecake, and Graham Central
Station with graham crackers mixed in chocolate and vanilla flavors. It
all gets even better with "Create Your Own Sundaes," frappes, sherbet
coolers, soda floats, ice cream sodas, and milk shakes, as well as
cakes, crisps and pies.
If I had to choose one dish, it would be the Dusty Glacier: two
fudge brownies, three scoops of vanilla ice cream drenched in hot fudge
and topped with whipped cream, a dusting of cocoa, and a cherry.
Bliss Restaurant Dusty Glacier Sundae.
The family-style-restaurant-meets-dairy-creamery look with some outdoor
seating, too, makes for such a happy, welcoming scene. It just goes to
show that some things are just timeless and priceless. Bliss Dairy taps
into that wonderful dining and ice cream experience so beautifully. I
highly recommend this landmark family restaurant to locals -- and those
living or traveling in the Boston, Providence areas -- with the greatest
Bliss Restaurant is located at 711 Park St., Attleboro, MA. Tel. (508)
Be sure to check out the Bliss Dairy web site and Bliss Dairy Facebook fan page
for more information.
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