New England is a part of the U.S. that takes deep pride in its ice cream. There are tons of local creameries that offer home made ice cream in various guises. Gray's is a local legend in Tiverton, can't say I was overwhelmed. The absence of a kiddie size is one issue -- as noted by others, the small is gigantic, but not everybody has room for this size of ice cream, not least my two toddler daughters. Flavors were fair to mediocre -- perhaps they do make one or two unique options that I didn't try, but it seems to me that the basics need to still be at least good, and the vanilla and chocolate that my daughters opted for struck me as not much better than mass-market supermarket grade (with a similar disturbing color for the vanilla) and the rum raisin was OK, no more than that. There are far more colorful and characterful ice cream joints to be had all over New England, and for comparable to less money.
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