I have been going to corner ice cream for as long as I can remember- and each year it just goes downhill. Their sprinkles taste like plastic, they don't use hot fudge but rather cold chocolate syrup from a bottle and don't even bother ordering anything with brownies in it..... All of the other ice cream stores in the capital region make their own brownies- or at least they taste like they do..... Corner Ice Cream gives you brownies from a package that most likely are from last year. I wish they would put some effort into their store.
Great Ice cream and quick great tasting food.
This restaurant has the best of both worlds it is family owned so you get that feeling of relief because your not in a chain that can't wait to get rid of you. Plus it has great food, my fav is the sausage and peppers. Then if thats not enough its and ice cream store so there is every kind of ice cream you can imagine. (if your like me thats the most important part). The owner has been in the buisness for about the last 30 years and really knows what he is doing. He originally owned the buisness 25 years ago and then sold in to own and operate Frank's ice cream of louenville, ny. He recently sold this buisness and rebought corner ice cream. Its great there.
Soft swirls of ice cream lure patrons to this local institution at the first sign of thaw.. In Short Family owned and perennially popular, Corner Ice Cream was Guilderland's summertime meeting place for decades, along with long-gone Gil-Roys back in the '50s. Soft, mile-high swirls of chocolate, vanilla, twist and creamsicle, or Perry's hard ice cream. There are sundaes and ice cream sodas and shakes and shake floats (a shake with extra swirls of soft ice cream) and banana splits. Frozen yogurt and almost-calorie-free treats are available for the diet-conscious.