What’s new on the menu: floats, sundaes, and house coffee


Pair Boylan Bottling Company’s crisp cane sugar sodas with any ice cream, yogurt, or sorbet on our menu to make a float. From the tried-and-so-true (Root Beer) to try-it-and-see-for-yourself-how-great-a-float-really-can-be, the possibilities are endless. Some of our favorite combinations are below.


A Classic Root Beer Float
(Ndali Estate Vanilla Bean Ice Cream + Root Beer)


Root Beer Ice Cream + Root Beer


Root Beer Ice Cream + Creme Soda


Ndali Estate Vanilla Bean Ice Cream + Black Cherry Soda


Sweet Cream Ice Cream + Creme Soda


Red Raspberry Sorbet + Seltzer

Lemon Frozen Yogurt + Ginger Ale


There’s nothing like a bite of cold ice cream with gooey sauce, salty nuts, and soft whipped cream. Nothing. Hot, cold, soft, crunchy, sweet, bitter, or salty—the components of a sundae can be tweaked a million ways, but they play together musically every time. We have four new sundaes on the menu—each featuring a hot-off-the-griddle accoutrement, the Convo Cookie, which forgoes a fortune and includes instead a conversation-igniting question—and they’re great for dates with lovers, conspirators, friends, or kiddos.


Tin Roof
(Ndali Estate Vanilla Bean Ice Cream, Extra-Bitter Hot Fudge Sauce, Virginia Peanuts)


Gooey Butter
(Brown Butter Almond Brittle Ice Cream, Honey Butterscotch Sauce, Salty Caramel Sauce)


The Charleston
(Sweet Cream Ice Cream, Salty Caramel Sauce, Black Strap Molasses, Virginia Peanuts)

House Coffee

We are now serving House Coffee, which in our world is a scoop of Sweet Cream dropped into a mug of Intelligentsia’s Direct Trade coffee.

A scoop of Sweet Cream ice cream in a mug of hot French Press Intelligentsia Coffee. Now this is coffee with cream. (Pro twist: sub Salty Caramel, Ndali Estate Vanilla Bean, or Darkest Chocolate for Sweet Cream.)