Central Mass loves ice cream. And, whether it’s a sentimental attachment or an innovative scoop that gets you out the door, you’ll find no shortage of delectable frozen treats in these parts.
Meola’s hometown, family-run operation can be found in Leominster or West Boylston. There, you can take your pick from 65 varieties of high quality ice cream and frozen yogurt. This Wayside Ice Cream spot prides itself on helping customers appreciate life’s simple pleasures.
Nothing tops a towering ice cream cone from Still Four Corners in Rutland after a day of floating around Long Pond. Order from the window and find a seat on the open air porch, then head inside to make use of the screen room when the sun goes down.
Wooberry sources its milk and cream from Massachusetts to craft its signature dense and chewy ice cream. With a variety of “mix-in” toppings, vegan varietals, and delivery options, Wooberry is sure to please every palate. You can even bring home a freshly packed pint; try Vegan Banana Chip or Bourbon Peach Bacon.
Everyone is talking about the town of Hudson, Worcester’s artsy annex, so it’s no surprise that New City Microcreamery has craft ice cream down to a science in its scratch kitchen. New City uses liquid nitrogen to freeze their cream at negative 400 degrees. Smaller ice crystals means a smoother mouth full.