photo credit: Emily Schindler

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Coney's Cones

Perfect For:KidsQuick Eats


1023 Boardwalk W, Brooklyn
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If it’s a hot day and you won’t get in the water because you just rewatched Jaws, head to Coney’s Cones on the boardwalk to cool off. You’ll find more than 20 flavors of gelato and sorbet here like stracciatella, strawberry, and, our favorite, Coney Island custard. Whatever you order, get it in a waffle cone. Sundaes and milkshakes are also available, but if creamy things sound too heavy, opt for one of their icy lemon granitas. There’s nowhere to sit, so you’ll have to take your treat outside where you can shake your head at all those people in the ocean risking their lives unnecessarily.

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photo credit: Emily Schindler

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