Sweet Moses is an old-fashioned soda fountain and candy shop that makes their own ice cream. Walking in the door brings one back to the 1950s, and they even serve phosphates and other long-forgotten drinks.
We decided to split the Tin Roof Sundae. The ice cream tasted rich and creamy but had a lighter feel than many other local offerings. We really enjoyed it and look forward to trying out their homemade hot fudge and caramel sauces.
We also ordered a dark chocolate covered rice crispie treat to go, which we ate over the next couple days (it was huge). The cinnamon pecans, Belgian chocolate and cripsy marshmallow center create a complexity rivaling the best fine dining desserts.
Jonathan would surely love Sweet Moses as well, and we look forward to bringing him on our next trip.