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Ice cream sundaes offer a respite from the hot days of summer. Jackson describes a number of shops in western North Carolina that not only serve ice cream sundaes that satisfy the taste buds but serve them in a setting that turns the clock back to a simpler time. The shops are Royall's Soda Shop (Elkin); Woolworth Walk Soda Fountain (Asheville); Boone Drug Store Fountain (Boone); Mooresville Ice Cream Company (Mooresville); Rocky's Soda Shop & Grill (Brevard); Jukebox Junction Soda Shoppe (Canton); The Soda Shop (Canton); Innes Street Drug Company (Salisbury); Jack the Dipper (Sylva); Spanky's (Salisbury); Soda Pops (Bryson City); and Pike's Old Fashioned Soda Shop (Charlotte).
Scott Wilson started Sunni Sky’s Homemade Ice Cream fourteen years ago in Harnett County. The ice cream shop is named after his two children Sunni and Skylar. Wilson received national media attention for his Cold Sweat ice cream made from a fiery mix of three peppers.
Chuck’s is Ashley Christensen’s fashionable burger outpost in downtown Raleigh. Chuck’s is known for its alcohol-infused milkshakes. The milkshake uses Howling Cow ice cream, the famed product of North Carolina State University’s Department of Food Science, and various alcohol pairings such as bourbon or spiced rum.