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Bishop's Homemade

Yankee Plus Dec 2015


Bishop’s Homemade
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The specialty of this big house is a particular New England favorite: Grape-Nut ice cream, complete with crunchy bits of the earthy cereal within a mellow vanilla confection. Always happy to accommodate, the counter staff will set your cone into an old wooden holder while you pay. Bishop’s maple sundae is also a treat to dive into while you relax outside. 183 Cottage St., Littleton. 603-444-6039;

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