“Passion since 1990”
The Main Street Ice Cream Parlor & Restaurant is a family owned business located in Chestertown, New York. Whether you are just passing through the Adirondacks, or live here year round, Main Street Ice Cream Parlor offers an experience like no other.History will surround you in our historic old school house with an early 20th Century theme. The old fashioned soda fountain is a gathering place for "kids" of all ages. Our collection of Coca-Cola signs, old photos, and unquie atmosphere will bring you back again and again.Creating award winning soups and chili has been one of our passions since 1990. A hot bowl of soup with grilled 'Rock Hill Bakehouse' bread is a popular choice- simple healthy and satisfying every day.We are renowned for high-end deli style sandwiches, bountiful half pound burgers, and unique salad creations. Our guiding principle has always been fresh, homemade, whole foods with an emphasis on health concious cuisine.After lunch treat yourself to an old fashioned Ice Cream Soda or a sundae made with Hershey's Ice Cream.If you don't have time to stay and eat no problem we offer take-out service for all of the items on our menu including our famous homemade soup.When you visit don't forget to take a stroll through our gift shop and clothing boutique, "One of the finest between Saratoga and Montreal." We proudly feature an updated line of unique gifts, cottage decor, books, clothing, accessories, and much more. The Main Street Ice Cream Parlor is a family owned business established in June 1990 by Bruce and Suzanne Robbins. The dream of opening an old fashioned soda fountain occurred shortly after opening up a Bed & Breakfast, “The Chester Inn.” Yet, the Robbins still felt there was something missing. They knew the town needed more fun places for the locals and tourists to enjoy. They decided to open a restaurant reminiscent of the 1940’s which Chestertown had grown so fond of for generations at Janser’s pharmacy and TJ Fish & Sons.Bruce Jr. having recently graduated with a degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from Paul Smith’s College was eager to join his parents in the creation of the Main Street Ice Cream Parlor. Daughter Kimberly, having recently moved to the area, was also asked to be a part of the business working along side the rest of the family. After years of success Bruce and Suzanne decided to entrust the business to their son Bruce Jr. and his wife Helena. In 2005 Bruce and Helena purchased the historic Chester Town Hall.
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Main Street Ice Cream Parlor
- Sat: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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