Ok, it's a rather new place, but with the pandemic last summer, I missed several places like this one that opened last year.

How could I miss this one? You know how much I love Seaside Park. I thought I knew every nook and cranny of my favorite beach town. We are there every Friday at our beach studio right along the boardwalk and beach, greeting walkers in the morning. Not only on Fridays, but usually I'm there on the weekends, too.

If you're familiar with Central Avenue (the main road in Seaside) it should ring a bell because It's in the same place where The Sundae Times used to be. It's now the Ice Cream Boss and I've heard great things about their ice cream.

The Ice Cream Boss is located at 10 NE Central Avenue in Seaside Park. When you think ice cream, what do you think about? Is it sitting on a bench sitting to someone that you love, licking your cone? Maybe you're sharing that hot fudge sundae. Do you think of your kids trying to lick the ice cream faster than it's melting all over their hands? Do you think of hot summer nights at the beach? All these things are the things I think about when eating ice cream. Ice cream brings the family together, especially if you're on vacation or just a night away from your home visiting the Jersey Shore.

The Ice Cream Boss has all the flavors you can imagine. Hard ice cream and soft ice cream. Milkshakes, sundaes, toppings, and everything else that is delicious about ice cream at the Shore. I just think ice cream is better in New Jersey, especially close to the beach. It's the perfect treat.

Have you tried the Ice Cream Boss? I CAN NOT wait to get my first cone of the season at the Ice Cream Boss.

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