Brooklyn-based Odd Fellows Ice Cream Co. is known for its nearly 500 distinctive ice cream flavors designed to please the palates of adults, instead of their sugar-hungry children.
In addition to options like Olive Oil Roasted Plum and Toasted Sesame Nutella, Odd Fellows reels in the crowds with their selection of grown-up ice cream beverages.
The first and only Boston location opened on Boylston Street in August. While the shop offered a rotating menu of 20 fabulous flavors, the boozy milkshakes and wine floats somehow got left behind in New York. Until now!
Starting Friday October 11, the Chestnut Hill shop will finally start selling its alcohol-laced concoctions!
The drink menu features espresso martinis, Irish coffees, and several affogati options (booze poured over ice cream).
Consider the Short Path pommeau, a French liquor made with apple juice and apple brandy. It's poured liberally over vanilla bean ice cream and served with a waffle cone crumble.
Wine lovers will enjoy the piquette and lambrusco floats, which can be customized with your choice of sorbet or ice cream.
Looking for something a bit more decadent? Try the s’mores float made by drenching dark chocolate chunk and burnt marshmallow ice cream with Velvet Moon stout from Mighty Squirrel Brewing Co.
OddFellows will also serve natural red, white, and sparkling wines, as well as local beers from Abandoned Building, Lord Hobo, Mighty Squirrel, and Night Shift for those who want a quiet, casual spot for an after-work drink.
Check out the entire boozy menu and start planning your visit today!