The Old Fashioned Ice Cream Shop In Oklahoma You Need To Visit Before Summer's Over
Everyone loves getting ice cream, but there’s something special about visiting an old fashioned ice cream shop that puts a smile on your face. Kaiser’s Grateful Bean Café & Old Fashioned Soda Fountain in Oklahoma City will take you back to 1917 when life was simpler. Here you’ll find a fountain counter, homemade ice cream, vintage decor, a soda fountain and more. Take a look at this old fashioned ice cream shop you need to visit before summer’s over.
Kaiser's history began in 1910 at 7th and North Robinson in Oklahoma City. It operated for many decades and changed owners a few times, but it still serves its delicious homemade ice cream just the way it did in the early to mid-1900s.
After closing their doors for a period of time, they reopened again in 2016 at 1039 North Walker in Oklahoma City. They are housed in a one-story painted brick building with windows on the north and east sides.
Step back in time to 1917 to Kaiser's Ice Cream...where there's no television or internet, just good old fashioned ice cream, food and camaraderie.
You'll find an old fashioned soda machine, pressed tile ceiling, black and white checkered floors, vintage signs, counter stools and more.
They are bringing back old-fashioned service to Midtown OKC. Not only will you find a friendly staff in full character, but they also hire those looking for a second chance in life.
Order one of their delicious shakes or root beer floats and you'll be smiling from ear to ear.
Or choose one of their homemade ice cream flavors, like this coconut yumminess.
Kaiser's also offers a full lunch and supper menu, so you can enjoy a delicious meal too. They are open Tuesday - Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 pm.
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