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really like who old school the signage is. Not the usual artisanal retro lettering stuff.
Excited for Ralph’s!
Coney Island, welcome to Avenue A!
Ralph's is welcome, and the sign is wonderful, but soft-serve ice cream is horrible. It promises big but delivers only disappointment. Might as well eat frozen cool-whip. It is the tofurkey of deserts. There is no reason that it should exist.
Ralph’s is from Staten Island.
Love the nostalgic, old schools vibe.
Who wants shaved ice in the fall and winter?
It may not be apparent from their menu but Ralph’s offers both soft serve and hard ice cream, and their hard ice cream is delicious. They can make most items on the menu using either soft or hard ice cream. I usually get their sundaes and milkshakes made with their hard ice cream, but many kids like soft serve so the option is there. Here are Ralph’s hard ice cream flavors:Black Cherry VanillaBlack RaspberryButter PecanCake BatterChocolateCoffeeCookies ‘N CreamCookie CrazeCookie DoughBlue/Cotton CandyMint Chocolate ChipMississippi MudPistachioStrawberryVanillaVanilla ChipVanilla Graham
The same people who eat soup in the summer.
@anon 3:15 - Mexicans eat soup in the summer, even in the summer in Mexico. There is no higher recommendation.@Giovanni - the term "hard ice cream," in a better world, would be redundant.
I don't know what doughnados are but I plan on collecting all of them.
I somewhat agree with Dr. Grecko. Big Gay's Salty Pimp is incrediblly overrated and overpriced. On the other hand, Nicoletta's sold a vanilla soft serve gelato concoction that was fantastic.
Since I've been on a tight budget ever since this stupid Covid-19 pandemic hit, I've gone rediscovered the fine selections of Baskin Robbins, esp. the prepacked quarts for $10.99. Mabbois and Pink Bubblegum, ftw!
Not a 99c pizza fan.
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