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What You'll Get
If we all screamed at once for ice cream, the resulting sonic boom would destroy the sun, turning the entire solar system into a freezer in which we could store more ice cream. Shout for a scoop with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $11 for a punch card valid for 10 small ice creams or frozen yogurts (a $22.50 value)
- $5 for $10 worth of ice cream, grill fare, drinks, and crepes
More than 16 flavors of hand-dipped Hershey’s ice cream and soft-serve frozen yogurt include cappuccino crunch, birthday cake, s'mores, and malt shoppe crunch. The cafe's grill churns out burgers, chicken nuggets, and onion rings ($1.50–$5.50) to temper the frozen treats’ chill. The eclectic menu also includes savorycrepes ($3.50–$6.50) and bubble tea ($3).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per order. Valid only for option purchased. Punch card not valid towards toppings. Must use promotional value in 1 visit for $5 option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Field of Creams Café
The crisp cracks of baseball bats ring through the air as crowds cheer on young athletes at Continental Soldiers Park, a haven for those nostalgic for midcentury Americana. Just off to the side of the baseball fields, hiking trails, and bocce courts, Field of Creams Café completes the sensory tableau with creamy scoops of hand-dipped ice cream and the meaty aroma of grilled burgers. Though a throwback to a simpler time, the walk-up eatery opened in 2006 to feed the hungry players of the Mahwah Annual Memorial Day softball tournament. Its popularity has grown over the years, thanks to a counter that stays open seven days a week to feed park-goers, players and spectators between football and lacrosse games.
Despite the eatery’s burgeoning renown, little has changed in the years since it opened. Dr. Praeger’s veggie burgers and 100%-beef burgers still fly from the sizzling grill into the soft embrace of buns, and crinkle-cut fries and onion rings continue to don crispy coats in the fryer. The eatery also blazes new ballpark traditions; among its most popular items are bubble teas laden with chewy tapioca pearls and dessert crepes that can be folded into gloves for catching errant fly balls.