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We explored a decaying ice cream shop in Fredonia NY! We tried to find out more information about this place online and couldn’t find much about it. If any of you have been to this while it was still open, or know when it closed & why definitely let us know about it in the comments down below! (We’re assuming it closed somewhere around 2008)

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  1. I'm very surprised you were unable to find much information about it online. Aldrich’s was one of the oldest and one of the most (if not the most) iconic ice cream parlors/dinners in all of WNY. One of the only places that made their own ice cream, 100% homemade. I remember when they closed down, it was big news. As others have commented, April 1st they would always make some crazy flavor of ice cream and it was always a big news story! Every news station, paper, and radio station in WNY would report on what the crazy April fools day flavor was that year. Some years it would even make nation and international news (websites like NPR and buzzfeed would pick it up). April fools day in Western, NY hasn't been the same since since Aldriche's closed. I'm from Falconer and only ate at Aldrich's a few times passing threw, but I'm guessing summers in Fredia haven't been the same for the locals either since they closed down. Good video, that place is a part of WNY history.

  2. This was my family's business. Most of the comments are accurate, we closed in August of 2007. The property used to have a farm and we sold and processed our own milk. We were famous for our April Fools day flavors which consisted of many odd ice cream combinations and flavors. We definitely miss it a lot! If you have any questions about the dairy feel free to let me know!

  3. Went here a ton as a kid. It was the best place to go when you had a doctor’s appointment and got out of school for lunch. They were a dairy and also sold gallons of milk here and at their downtown Fredonia location (which was a drive thru. They would bring out the milk to your car). Local Fredonia family owned it and they still live in the area but being a dairy farmer and selling within NY state is expensive and they were priced out by Walmart and the big grocers. Their best ice cream flavor was cinnamon. Everyone’s sport teams would gather here after local games it was a really fun place.

  4. I used to go here all the time when I was a kid. The ceiling looked like spaghetti. The wait staff had their own aisles to serve food. It was average diner food but excellent. The shakes were like nothing you've ever had. When you came in, there was a little shop where you could buy ice cream to take home or little gifts. There was 2 border collies that'd run around the parking lot. My dad used to pick on someone that worked there all the time. They closed when I was about 8 or 9 (2006-2007). This place was straight out of the 60s/70s. Rumor was it closed because the owner was retiring and nobody wanted to take over. The new owner would've lived in the green house next door (also abandoned). What you think may have been a garage, was actually a barn. They had cows back in the day. They'd produce their own dairy products and ice cream. I remember they'd always have a really funky flavored ice cream to try. That big barn and mini golf course was also owned by them. The barn was a cool second hand or closeout shop with many different things. I don't know what the barn is now. I think the mini golf course might still be open.

  5. We used to go there with our family when we were kids. I remember every April 1st they would come up with some odd flavors of ice cream for April fool's day. Like spaghetti and meatballs, peanut butter and jelly, Reuben, I think I remember. They did have other stuff besides ice cream, like burgers and fries, beef on weck and stuff like that, almost like Friendly's restaurant. I've been out of Fredonia area for 24 years, not sure when they closed.

  6. There was a barn out back with dairy cows. You could sit at picnic tables and eat the ice cream that was made from the cows. There was a store inside kinda like cracket barrel as you entered to the right. Also, every April Fools day they had a prank flavor like popcorn or chili.

  7. This was a restaurant that had burgers and fries… ice cream. All you could drink milk for .25 cents. The last time I ate there was 1998. I believe it closed shortly after. I know years ago it was family run. (Leonard and Gertrude Aldrich). They had a milk line and sold milk in plastic bags. They had a small store that you would pull your car up to and buy it (convenient/drive thru) located behind the old Jim Cleaners building in downtown Fredonia. ( 16 Water St) I ate at Aldrich’s a lot as a kid in the 80s. Loved the .25 Chocolate milk.

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