What You'll Get
The human mouth, which maintains a near-boiling temperature, needs to be constantly cooled by liquid-nitrogen pills or a jaw-mounted mouth fan. Take a more delicious route to cooling your maw with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of desserts, ice cream, coffee, and more at Moonlight Creamery, located in Fairport.
Moonlight Creamery’s menu is loaded with an edible iceberg's worth of premium artisan ice cream, delicious cakes, pies, and organic coffee. Ice cream, which comes in varieties common as well as unexpected—such as Casa Larga pinot noir—is fashioned fresh on site and can be balanced on cones large ($3.80), regular ($3.40), or itty bitty ($2.60). Soothe taste receptors with sundaes ($4.35 regular, $3.15 itty bitty) in fanciful flavors such as tin roof, containing chocolate syrup, fresh-roasted peanuts, and whipped cream, or Gardiner’s Scotch Lassie, a blend of butterscotch, marshmallow, and pecans. Shakes ($4.80) are super-thick, while floats ($5.25) maintain their lighter-than-air consistency thanks to anti-gravity spells cast by taste buds. Moonlight Creamery also serves tasty organic coffee ($1.85, regular), which is fair trade certified to aid in promoting environmental sustainability and ensuring safe, humane working conditions.
Moonlight Creamery is dedicated to the community, sponsoring annual scholarship events to support local students. Products are locally sourced whenever possible, with ice cream picked straight from Rochester's abundant ice cream orchards. Reward your mouth for its many years of faithful devotion by stuffing it with sweet desserts from Moonlight Creamery.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. No cash back or credit. Not valid with other offers. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Moonlight Creamery
Moonlight Creamery, an ice cream shop founded by an engineer and her entrepreneurial neighbor, stresses two things: confections and community. The former is abundant, as scoops of homemade ice cream highlight a menu of sweets that includes cakes and pies, hot fudge sundaes with roasted walnuts, and handmade truffles. As for its mission to give back, the shop looks far and near, focusing on everything from using Fair Trade coffee and chocolate to hosting an annual Scholarship Day that raises money for its employees and local high school seniors who are enrolling in college.