At Odd Fellows, you can get a flavor of ice cream you most likely never knew existed. You might find cornbread, vegan black sesame passionfruit, or olive oil strawberry ice cream. Flavors change daily, although their sprinkles flavor seems to be a mainstay (for good reason), and if you see miso cherry, it’s important that you order it. It’s salty and tangy, and it’s half the reason why we come here.
OddFellows Ice Cream is permanently closed.
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