Soul Ice opened over the Labor Day weekend at 1011 Hull Street. And if the smiles I saw on both the kids and grown up faces are any indication, it was a successful opening.
Soul Ice has been a cart vendor to date, but has opened its first bricks and mortar in Manchester. From the Soul Ice website:
The Soul of Soul-Ice
What makes it Soul-Ice is like the time honored story of soul-food. African- Americans gave food their own personal touches in recipes, flavoring, and presentation of the food to give it a unique experience for the consumer. The “soul” in soul-food is just that, a part of who you are. You put your love, peace, and joy into the development of the meal. Well such is so for Soul-Ice, the frozen dessert. It is not just who we are, it’s how we do it! Our approach to mixing the over 26 frozen dessert flavors to create names of desserts that bring back the memories of treats you had as a child. You remember creamsicle and the bomb-pop? With the Soul-Ice, you are able to get creative by mixing the ice with fruits. Try our mango ice mixed with fresh watermelon and/or strawberries; our pina-colada ice mixed with fresh pineapples; getting the picture? “It’s not just who we are, it’s how we do it!”
• Black Cherry • Root Beer Float – swirl of vanilla and root beer • Mokaccino – mix of coffee and cocoa • Strawberry/Vanilla Swirl • Coconut • Lemon • Cherry • Bom-Pop – swirl of lemon, cherry and blue raspberry • Chocolate • Blue Raspberry • Root Beer • Strawberry • Grape • Strawberry Banana Swirl • Tie Dye – swirl of lemon, lemon-lime and blue raspberry • Sugar Free Lemon • Sugar Free Cherry • Strawberry-Kiwi • Mint Chocolate Chip • Creamsicle • Mango • Watermelon • Vanilla • Cotton Candy • Pina Colada • Lemon Lime • Vanilla Chocolate Chip • Sour Apple • Banana • Bubble Gum