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Coyle's Homemade Ice Cream

75 Howells Rd. Bay Shore, NY 631-666-2229

Arjge Brothers, 12, a frequent visitor to Coyle's

(Credit: Newsday / Ken Spencer)

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Type: Ice cream, Soda fountain Special features: Kid friendly Price range:

$ (Inexpensive)

Description:

Marty Coyle does not hail from the keep-it-simple school of ice-cream making. At Coyle's, the ice cream parlor that he and his wife, Janice, have owned since 1985, his bestselling flavor -- and his personal favorite -- is chocolate-raspberry truffle, whose demure name belies its elaborate composition: chocolate ice cream blended with raspberry sauce, and then laced with more raspberry sauce and punctuated with chocolate chunks. And that's restrained when compared to another top seller, monster mash: chocolate ice cream with broken waffle cones, caramel, peanut butter, crunch topping and marshmallow. Coyle's makes a textbook ice-cream soda, thanks to the step-by-step instructions the owner has posted behind the counter.

Hours:

Daily, noon to 10 p.m.; later on weekends

Arjge Brothers, 12, a frequent visitor to Coyle's

Arjge Brothers, 12, a frequent visitor to Coyle's Homemade Ice Cream shop, holds a cone with four flavors, from top down: Cherry Vanilla, Strawberry, Peach, and Mint Chip. (Credit: Newsday / Ken Spencer)

 Marty Coyle does not hail from the keep-it-simple school of ice-cream making. At Coyle's, the ice cream parlor that he and his wife, Janice, have owned since 1985, his best-selling flavor - and his personal favorite - is chocolate-raspberry truffle, whose demure name belies its elaborate composition: chocolate ice cream blended with raspberry sauce, and then laced with more raspberry sauce and punctuated with chocolate chunks.

And that's restrained when compared to another top seller, monster mash: chocolate ice cream with broken waffle cones, caramel, peanut butter, crunch topping and marshmallow.

 

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