For this week only, this Spokane ice cream parlour is back in business.

by Alice

In Spokane, Washington, a beloved vintage ice cream parlor, Doyle’s Ice Cream Parlor, has briefly reopened its doors for the week of spring break, delighting locals and visitors alike.


Having bid farewell for the winter season back in November 2023 with a heartfelt message of gratitude on Facebook, the anticipation for its return heightened when the shop’s social media page shared a simple yet enticing graphic on March 28, proclaiming, “Ice cream solves everything.”

Promptly responding to the excitement, the parlor announced its reopening for the entirety of Spring break, from Monday through Sunday, starting March 30.

Situated on West Boone Avenue in Spokane, Doyle’s Ice Cream Parlor beckons patrons with its nostalgic charm, welcoming them from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. throughout this special week.

Adding to the allure of this quaint establishment, Spokane Historical sheds light on its rich history, tracing back to its inception in 1940 by Arthur Doyle. Recognized for its delectable offerings and renowned for its Huckleberry cone, the parlor has been a cherished fixture in the West Central neighborhood.

Preserving its vintage ambiance, the parlor proudly displays its original soda machine and antique ice cream equipment, evoking nostalgia with every scoop. Amongst its menu highlights is the timeless classic, the banana split, ensuring a trip down memory lane for patrons young and old.

Steeped in history, the building housing the ice cream shop was erected in 1928, initially serving as a barber shop and beauty salon before Doyle’s Ice Cream Parlor took residence, becoming a cherished cornerstone of the community.


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