Sundae School

Ice Cream Parlor
Worth driving from anywhere!

Although there are now three locations on the Cape, 2008 marks the 30th anniversary of the Dennisport store. Step up to the marble soda fountain counter to order a frappe, ice cream soda, or sundae served in an old-fashioned glass dish. The ambience inside the historic barn serves to enhance the ice cream experience, from the antique signs on the walls to the pennants (of colleges attended by current and former scoopers) carpeting the rafters. Although the ice cream is made daily in small batches, this luckily does not translate into a lack of flavor choices. Both ice cream purists and mix-in junkies will each be pleased by the quality of the flavors as well as the presence of candies, nuts, or fruits in every spoonful.

What to Eat
Bass River Mud Ice Cream
Sundae School, Pirate Pandemonium Ice Cream
Pirate Pandemonium Ice Cream
A flavor sensation! The peanut butter ice cream would have been a solid stand-alone, but the crunch and salt of the pretzels truly enhanced the scoop.
Sundae School, Vanilla Ice Cream
Vanilla Ice Cream
Fantastic flavor and incredibly smooth texture.
Hot Fudge Sauce
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday11:30am - 1pm
Friday11:30am - 9:30pm
Saturday11:30am - 9:30pm
Meals Served
Credit Cards Accepted
Alcohol Served
Outdoor Seating

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