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50 Flavors of Ice Cream, Fried Food Heaven, Mini Golf at Kool Kone in Wareham,
America loves its ice cream and fried foods.
In Wareham, Mass., proof of this unpretentious culinary infatuation can
be seen as summer crowds consistently gather day and night at Kool Kone
to enjoy hard ice cream, soft serve, sundaes (including fried banana!),
dips, frappes, floats, gigantic fried seafood and chicken plates,
heaping servings of onion rings, and many other comfort food favorites.
From Route 6, there's no mistaking the red building with the
font business sign, and drawings of ice cream and a stick figure person
enjoying a cone. Once navigating the packed parking lot, you'll find an
order-at-the-window, classic cream stand set-up, a small indoor dining
room and a patio area with picnic tables. There's even an 18-hole mini
golf course on the premises! This is roadside Americana at
its best and a great representation of the quintessential ice cream
stand.. and a bit more.
The menu is a long read with its 50 flavors of ice cream and myriad
food selections, but in addition to ice cream and fried foods, other
highlights and favorites includes lobster rolls, kale soup, terriyaki
steak tips, chicken parm, quesedillas, hot dogs, and hamburgers. The
prices are retro, the servings substantial and the atmosphere
intimately tying in to the "good old summertime." Its Cape Cod area
location further enhances the fabulous summertime vibe.
Kool Kone's name might be that of sensational spelling -- that is,
deliberately spelling a word or phrase wrong for effect -- but let's
forget about that and focus on its sensational summertime presence of
an American tradition in the form of an ice cream stand and comfort
food destination. We think you'll love this place!
Kool Kone is located at 374 Marion Rd. (Route 6) in Wareham MA. Tel.
(508) 295-6638. Web site: http://www.koolkone.com/. Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/Kool-Kone-172497582188/
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