Mmmmm, everyone loves ice cream. I’ll lick it up if it’s put in front of me, though I don’t ask for it like I do milk foam. Neil and Eric went out for ice cream while I checked out some friends in the neighborhood. I met their friends when they dropped them back at our home.
Lin and Steve had set up an evening out with us a few weeks ago and it was the perfect way for us to celebrate a nice spring evening since it involved good friends and the great ice cream of Aglamesis. Every city has its local ice cream parlor that’s usually family owned and operated and may have a couple of locations, but isn’t franchised. Oprah made Graeter’s famous as one of “her favorite things” a few years back, but the weak economy, an inconsistency in choices between different stores, and probably a few too many locations has led to the three northern Kentucky Graeter’s being temporarily closed.
|1913 Interior of the Oakley Aglamesis|
|Ice Creams Clockwise from the Bottom Left: |
Raspberry Hot Fudge Sundae, Two-Step Sundae,
Double Chocolate Chip, and Hot Fudge Caramel Sundae