This Tiny Shop In Northern California Serves Ice Cream To Die For

How many establishments can say they’ve been around for 120 years? Most businesses come and go – but maybe ice cream was the reason this family survived a century and counting. Fentons got its start in 1894. That year, founder Eldridge Seth Fenton poured his own milk from his cows, into his glass containers before delivering to customers in a horse-drawn wagon. It’s not just the history, but the handmade goodness that keeps generations of families coming to this tiny ice cream shop in Oakland, California.

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Fenton’s brings its A-game when it comes to our favorite summer food. There’s no excuse not to stop by for a visit. It’s been here waiting on you for 120 years – and it will be here for years to come, too. What’s your favorite Fenton’s flavor?

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