|Indiana Ice Cream|
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|The Chocolate Moose opened in 1933 as May's Cafe. In 1949, it became the Penguin. The A-frame building is from 1957. The name was changed to the Chocolate Moose in 1983. For more, see this website. [map]|
Michigan City, IN
|This Frosty Boy location is probably from the late 1970s. The chain originated in Australia and has other locations in Michigan. [map]|
|Zaharako's Confectionery opened in 1900 as an ice cream parlor and candy store. It closed in 2006 and there was little hope of it reopening. The incredible 1908 pipe organ was sold off while the original fixtures gathered dust. Miraculously, the place was restored and reopened in 2009. The pristine and original interior features stools, onyx and marble counters, stained glass, display cases, and tin ceilings. The organ was repurchased and restored. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, and 4. [map]|
More Indiana Ice Cream Stands:
Mrs Curl Ice Cream Shop (Greenwood)
Frosty Boy Drive-in (New Palestine)
Zip & Sip (Oakland City)
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