After a nice meal at the Flying Fig, we realized that our babysitting hours weren’t quite up and drove our scooters west to Sweet Moses. We really enjoyed the visit.

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.

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