Mon-Thurs: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri-Sat:11:00 am - 10:30 pm
Sunday: 12:00 Noon - 10:00 pm
DriveThru open 10:00 am (M-Sat) & 11:00 am (Sun)
|Chocolate Mint||Key Lime||Caramel Chocolate Crunch|
|Cherries Jubilee||Choco PB||Zoo in the Goo|
|German Chocolate Cake||Vanilla||Dark and Twisted|
|Birthday Cake||Chocolate||Blueberry Cheesecake|
|Strawberry||Cookie Dough||Coffee Chip|
|Honey Lavender||Salty Caramel||Cookies and Cream|
|Cookie Monster||Bubble Gum||Pineapple Sorbet|
|Updated 7/29 11:00 am|
Now hiring ice crean servers and shift leaders. If interested, please print off an application from our website and either drop it off or mail it in.
Drive Thru Open Earlier
For your convenience, the drive thru is now open one hour earlier than the inside of the store. From Monday - Saturday, it's open at 10:00 am, and on Sundays at 11:00 am.
New and Improved Smooth Sailing Cocoas and Mochas
Come and try one of our new Smooth Sailing Cocoas or Mochas made with steamed milk, Ghirardelli chocolates, and a scoop of ice cream on top - just what you need during these colder fall and winter days.
Flapdoodles Voted Best Ice Cream Place in Rochester Magazine 2013
We'd like to thank all of our loyal customers and great employees for making this award possible. We look forward to making Flapdoodles an even better place to enjoy homemade ice cream and have fun at the same time.
Do you want to know the inside scoop of what is happening at Flapdoodles? If so, we encourage you to become a fan of our Facebook page, Flapdoodles Ice Cream. "Like" our Facebook page, and you will:
flap·doo·dle (flpddl), n.
1. Udder and complete nonsense. 2. Foolish talk.
flapdoodle synonyms: Baloney, Hogwash, Horsefeathers, Malarky, Poppycock, Rubbish, Gibberish, Gobblegook, Balderdash, Flumadiddle
Growing up as a kid in Alaska, my dad developed a passion for sailing. As it turns out, he named his very first boat, "Flapdoodle". So on one level, naming the store after his first sailboat serves not only as a reminder of all the happy family memories I experienced on the boat, but also a tribute to my dad and the profound influence he had on my life. Truth be told, it was my dad who instilled in me, among other fine qualities, a deep affection for ice cream. In fact, one could easily say that my dad turned scooping and eating ice cream into an art form - if you think I'm exaggerating, just ask my siblings.