On a visit to Philly on St Patrick’s day, we went in for an ice cream. The ice cream was perfect even on a cool March afternoon.
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Upon opening the door, I was greeted by a soda jerk dressed in white with a bow tie clearly emulating a soda jerk, the floor of the shop was intricately tiled, the ceiling was cladded in tin...but to get to the real business at hand...I...More
The ice cream is great. The ambiance is fun. The staff is friendly. I enjoy that they have vegan ice cream. Last evening I had lavender flavored (tastes like a coconut milk base). There were dozens of flavors offered and a wide variety of flavors....More
Happened to be walking past Franklin Fountain when the 4th of July parade came by. Got a root beer float which was a bit pricey, but well worth it.The ice cream was very good. As it was parade day outside seating was had at a...More
Love this a cute little vintage ice cream parlor! They have a delicious selection of ice cream flavors, sundaes, milkshakes, soda floats, and more! The classic hot fudge sundae did not disappoint. I love the atmosphere and love all of the antiques!
Ice cream is rich, creamy and flavorful. Peanut butter ice cream was amazing! Sundaes are big enough for 2 people. They're served in containers found in Chinese take out restaurants. Location resembles an old time ice parlor, and servers are dressed in colonial garments. Location...More
The ice cream is good and the little throw-back atmosphere is cute. It is, however, difficult to enjoy the atmosphere while on a massive line that pushes you through really quickly. There is some limited outdoor seating.
Located 3 blocks from the Liberty Bell, Franklin Fountain is a sweet escape from daily life. A list of 15 to 25 different flavors, for everyone (including vegans). The storefront seats 18, with room enough for 20 more in line. The flavor board is wooden,...More