This place states that it was established 1888 (or close to that) and it shows. They might have done a renovation in 1940 or so. That's all fine - offers a quaint "Cape" historical feeling. We thought we would take a walk and get an ice cream and were grossed out. The ice cream was priced average to high but the flavor was non-existent. Find another ice cream stop, (there are so many to choose from on the Cape) even if you have to drive.
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