Like Latin teachers, old-fashioned soda jerks preserve the classics and claim responsibility for keeping bowtie manufacturers in business. Taste ol’ timey treats with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of ice cream and American fare at Taggarts Ice Cream Parlor & Restaurant in Magnolia.
The foodsmiths as Taggarts Ice Cream Parlor construct a menu loaded with made-from-scratch cuisine and creamy frozen desserts served in an old-fashioned ambience. Silence hunger pangs with an ample array of diner-style sandwiches, such as reubens ($6.65), patty melts ($5), and half-pound angus burgers ($6.85). For dessert, indulge in more than a dozen ice-cream flavors, which can be scooped solo ($1.65–$3.45), mixed into sundaes ($2.65–$4.40), or blended into velvety milkshakes ($3.65–$4.40). The parlor's Bittner blends three-quarter-pounds of vanilla ice cream, homemade chocolate sauce, and roasted pecans into a classic creation ($3.95) popular since the 1930s, when the New Deal established dessert as a meal.
Founded in 1926 in Canton, Ohio, Taggarts Ice Cream Parlor’s vintage ambience brings back memories of the meowing 20s. Sit in wrought-iron chairs or high-backed booths while indulging in the eatery's reputable recipes prepared by old-school authorities on ice cream and abacus-based mathematics.
About Stark County named Taggarts Ice Cream Parlor & Restaurant as a Readers' Choice Award winner for Best Ice Cream. Associated Content featured the original Canton location and 95% of Urbanspooners recommend it. TripAdvisors give it an average of four owl eyes, and rank it #1 out of 41 restaurants in Canton. More than 530 Facebookers are members of Taggarts Facebook group.
107 S Main St.
Magnolia, Ohio 44643Get Directions