SEASIDE HEIGHTS, NJ – It’s National Hot Fudge Sundae Day today and here’s our top 10 picks, in no particular order on where you must go if you want to celebrate the day in style here at the Jersey Shore. According to National Day Calendar, “On July 25th, National Hot Fudge Sundae Day takes a turn representing National Ice Cream Month in delicious style. Feast on this tasty ice cream dessert that combines hot and cold with a cherry on top. Even more important to note, this dessert has been served since 1906. “
Duffers in Wildwood is off the beaten path, but you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss it. At Duffer’s ice cream sundaes are what’s for dinner. They’re huge and delicious and they offer a large menu of hand crafted sundaes of all kinds. To put a cherry on top, they have an adjacent arcade and miniature golf course to make a perfect ending to any day in Wildwood.
Hoffman’s Ice Cream, Point Pleasant
If you’re in Point Pleasant, there’s only one place to go for one of the best sundaes at the Jersey Shore, Hoffman’s, located on Route 35 South. Hoffman’s is definitely where you want to be today if you’re in the area.
Kohr’s Frozen Custard
Even though they’re known for their straight-up frozen custard in a cone, you can also make a makeshift boardwalk Sundae at any of their locations. There’s just something about Kohr’s Frozen Custard and a stroll along the boardwalk.
Ice Cream on 9, Howell
If you have a difficult time making up your mind when it comes to flavor, then you could be in for a problem at Ice Cream on 9 in Howell. The place has literally a zillion different homemade ice cream flavors available and they are always experimenting with new ones. It’s one of the best inland shops at the Jersey Shore.
Jersey Freeze, Freehold
Route 9 has a couple of great places if you care to take the backroads to the Jersey Shore. One being Jersey Freeze across from the Freehold Raceway Mall. Jersey Freeze is like a slice of 60’s and7 70’s Americana and feels like an old-time, traditional ice cream shop.
Banana’s in Wildwood is unassuming, but guaranteed that you will have to wait in line to get their homemade ice cream sundaes. Located just off the boardwalk in Wildwood, it’s one of the better boardwalk area shops in on the island.
Yellow Brick Road, Toms River
Yellow Brick Road, once the old Pizza Clown on Hooper Avenue in Toms River is just off the Jersey Shore beaten path and knows how to make a great sundae.
Mrs. Walker’s, Ocean County
Mrs. Waker’s has multiple locations across the Jersey Shore and serves many flavors of homemade ice cream. They have two locations and have been family owned and operated by George & Georgene Rose since 1995.
Music Man Singing Ice Cream Shop, Lavallette
The Music Man, Singing Ice Cream Shop has been a fixture of the northern barrier for a long time and owner Aggie not only knows how to entertain his guests, but how to feed them delicious ice cream concoctions. The Music Man Singing Ice Cream Shoppe is a vaudeville style Nightly Broadway Cabaret. Patrons of The Music Man Singing Ice Cream Shoppe are treated to an “Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Shoppe” with a twist! A vaudeville style cabaret of upbeat American tunes performed during every seating; sung by performers who maneuver around the entire shop, singing directly to individual guests and incorporating them into the show. It’s a family entertainment experience that appeals to all ages.
Margate Dairy Bar, Margate
Since 1952, the Margate Dairy Bar has been serving guests with an amazing menu reminiscent of a 1950’s shake shop. Margate Dairy Bar & Burger has been the heart of the local community since then, serving up delicious ice cream, water ice, milkshakes, and other frozen delights. It’s a great place to see a huge menu of Sundaes, but it is also known for their delicious burgers, fries, hot dogs, and waffles, along with our old-fashioned hospitality.