Beloved New Jersey Ice Cream Shop Closing After 88 Years In Business
New Jersey and ice cream go together like peanut butter and jelly, it just makes sense.
In the summer, there's nothing better than grabbing a couple of scoops from Hoffmans, Iceberg, or Poppy's and going for a walk while the sun sets.
Even in the winter, ice cream is just a great dessert and something that just tastes better when you're close to the jersey shore.
There is one ice cream parlor that stands out though, for its old-school charm and sadly, it will be shutting its doors at the end of the year.
It's always sad when a family-owned and operated business closes its doors, especially when it helped make so many great memories for families.
It's the kind of place that can only be described as classic too; the staff all wear paper hats and bow ties, they sell egg creams, and your entire visit is supposed to be an experience.
In addition to its classic charm, this place was also known for having some of the most massive sundaes in the state!
Some say they could feed up to 3 people!
So What Family Run Ice Cream Shop Is Closing Its Doors After 88 Years?
According to NJ.com This place originally opened in New York in the late 1800s and was passed down for generations.
The ice cream shop relocated to Teaneck New Jersey in 1934 and has been serving up massive sundaes, and over 40 flavors ever since.
It's also a spot known for its lunch specials like roast beef sandwiches and seafood salads.
NJ.com reports that New Years' Eve 2022 will be the last day Bischoff's Ice Cream will be open.
Owner Steve Mather didn't give a reason for the closure, but it's always a sad day when there's one less amazing ice cream shop in New Jersey.