New Friendly’s Ice Cream Inspired By New Bedford Streets, Northeast Treats
What do potholes, New Bedford, and Friendly's have in Common? Answer: A new ice cream flavor at Friendly's.
'Friendly's Nor'easter Pothole' is the latest to hit the freezer shelves at local New England grocery stores. This limited edition ice cream is a chocolate lovers dream with a local twist to it's name.
Black tar fudge, creme' cookie gravel and chocolate asphalt chips symbolize Southcoast potholes caused by harsh winters.
Such a savage move by the ice cream company to release a creation that represents a majority of the streets here on the Southcoast and let's be honest... especially New Bedford.
Once again, this is a limited flavor that is offered to most locations where Friendly's brand ice cream is sold. Road trip to the frozen aisle.