The Historic Ice Cream Parlor In Indiana Where You Can Still Experience The Early 20th Century
If there’s anything about Indiana that’s particularly interesting – well, other than everything – it’s the sheer number of fascinating old and historic places that pepper the entire state. Seriously, the National Register of Historic Places currently lists Indiana as having more than 1,900 registered historic locations, and today we’re going to look at a particularly delicious one: Zaharako’s Ice Cream Parlor, which also doubles as a museum! Of all the wonderful historic restaurants in Indiana, this one might just be the sweetest – and most educational!
To see the full menu (and read the long history of the place), be sure to check out the official Zaharakos website. What are some of your favorite places for getting ice cream in Indiana? Let us know!
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Address: Zaharakos, 329 Washington St, Columbus, IN 47201, USA
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