Brickley's Ice CreamIce Cream Shop in Narragansett, Rhode Island
Can be busy but worth the wait. Great cones made in store (...the aroma is fantastic)
Just can't say enough about how much we love Brickley's
Summer is a long day at Scarboroug
changed :( Instead of chocolate chunks, small chocolate chips replaced the chunks. Also, these chips had very little chocolate flavor. It seems that all of the "chip" flavors had been replaced with these flavorless
Today, April 19 is opening day for our Narragansett location. Store hours there will be Thurs. - Sun. , 12 - 9 . We will be open 4 days/week for the next few weeks.
Our Wakefield store is open 7 days/week, 12 - 9 daily.
See you soon !
Why we changed our chocolate chips
A number of customers have asked about the reason we switched to using soft chocolate chunks versus the chocolate drops (chips) we'd been using for a long time.
We found the quality of the chips we had been using was declining. The chips had become more waxy in consistency and the flavor was not of the quality we expect. The chips, in the ice cream were very hard....
As a result, we began trying some new chocolate chips, or in this case, soft chocolate chunks. The difference in quality is significant, especially when one were to try in a side by side taste test. The chocolate chunks provide a better quality chocolate flavor and stay softer when frozen in the the ice cream.
Thank you for your feedback and we hope you come to enjoy the new chocolate chips.
Our Narragansett store will open for the season on Thursday, April 19th - we will operate there Thursdays thru Sunday’s for a few weeks - our Wakefield location is now open 7 days/wk , noon till 9
We will be open on Easter Sunday 12 - 9. In the past we were not open but figured we'd give it a shot this year. (Wakefield store only)
Have a nice weekend with your family and friends.
We will be back open today at noon in Wakefield. Should have been open yesterday. Accumulating snow just missed us (see Long Island) but nonetheless it’s frustrating to realize we could have been open - we are sorry !
Due to the weather and resulting parking ban in South Kingstown, we will be closed today, Wednesday, March 21st. We expect to be open for regular hours tomorrow- stay safe and welcome to spring!!!!
So, we may have to tap the brakes a bit here as it has been explained to me that under the new policy, beach passes can be purchased by businesses or non-residents for $200 each. That is an increase from ( I believe) $50. So while that is a huge increase in the price, technically they are still available for purchase unless I'm missing something. None of this is currently represented on the Town's website.
If I have this right then I guess the debate now is over the cost.