Ice Cream Machine Co

★★★★★
  • 4288 Diamond Hill Rd

    Cumberland, RI 02864

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  • 401-333-5053

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In addition to a huge selection of home made ice cream and pretty scenery - they actually have frozen treats for your dog.

So go on over and walk your dogs at Diamond Hill and then treat everyone to a refreshing treat afterward.

Joan Brown

5
★★★★★

In addition to a huge selection of home made ice cream and pretty scenery - they actually have frozen treats for your dog.

So go on over and walk your dogs at Diamond Hill and then treat everyone to a refreshing treat afterward.

Joan Brown

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I tried this place when visiting a friend in southern MA, but I actually went back several years later because the ice cream was so memorable. The first time I was there, they had a special of carrot cake ice cream with real pieces of carrot, raisins, nuts... Oh so good. They go way beyond the normal "vanilla, chocolate, strawberry" and as I recall, their prices are not over the top either. Plenty of parking (including a lot across the street) and some picnic tables outside if you can snag one!!

5
★★★★★

I tried this place when visiting a friend in southern MA, but I actually went back several years later because the ice cream was so memorable. The first time I was there, they had a special of carrot cake ice cream with real pieces of carrot, raisins, nuts... Oh so good. They go way beyond the normal "vanilla, chocolate, strawberry" and as I recall, their prices are not over the top either. Plenty of parking (including a lot across the street) and some picnic tables outside if you can snag one!!

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I live in the area and this is a hot summer night favorite haunt. Standing in line is part of the experience. You change your mind about what to have constantly. It's true that there's no formal roped off lines but that's part of the fun too. If its really crowded, when you first walk up study the lines for a minute. There are six windows but usually only four or possibly five lines. At least one line is taking the middle of the road and playing two windows. That's the line you want. Some windows are cleared faster depending on how much prep time is required for something like a frappe versus a small cone.

The quality of the ice cream is sinful. It's quadruple by-pass highway which makes it SOO delicious. The creaminess floods your mouth and your eyes look like you've been tranquilized as all conversation stops. The ice cream is so good, as soon as you have it everyone stops talking and is chowin' down. A small here is a large in most restaurants, and about the size of a medium at Friendly's. The medium is the size of a large at Friendly's, and the large is a pint or more depending on whether you have it topped with whipped cream or not.

My personal weakness is the coffee heath bar crunch hot fudge sundae with whipped cream and nuts. A small one of these is PLENTY.

No matter what you get, it's worth the wait no matter how long it is. I will admit that standing in line on the wrong night with shorts on can REALLY keep you dancing.

This place is an old fashioned ice cream shop with hand made ice cream, hand written signs on paper plates, slide UP windows, friendly smiles from cute girls, and the same counter and layout that was there 40 years ago. That's what makes it great. Dairy Queen has drive-thru if you don't like lines.

Go up Rt114 and look for black and white cow and calf sign opposite Diamond Hill just before 121.

Thanks for being there ICM.

From a faithful fan and confirmed coffee heath crunch man.

Spanky

2
★★★★★

I live in the area and this is a hot summer night favorite haunt. Standing in line is part of the experience. You change your mind about what to have constantly. It's true that there's no formal roped off lines but that's part of the fun too. If its really crowded, when you first walk up study the lines for a minute. There are six windows but usually only four or possibly five lines. At least one line is taking the middle of the road and playing two windows. That's the line you want. Some windows are cleared faster depending on how much prep time is required for something like a frappe versus a small cone.

The quality of the ice cream is sinful. It's quadruple by-pass highway which makes it SOO delicious. The creaminess floods your mouth and your eyes look like you've been tranquilized as all conversation stops. The ice cream is so good, as soon as you have it everyone stops talking and is chowin' down. A small here is a large in most restaurants, and about the size of a medium at Friendly's. The medium is the size of a large at Friendly's, and the large is a pint or more depending on whether you have it topped with whipped cream or not.

My personal weakness is the coffee heath bar crunch hot fudge sundae with whipped cream and nuts. A small one of these is PLENTY.

No matter what you get, it's worth the wait no matter how long it is. I will admit that standing in line on the wrong night with shorts on can REALLY keep you dancing.

This place is an old fashioned ice cream shop with hand made ice cream, hand written signs on paper plates, slide UP windows, friendly smiles from cute girls, and the same counter and layout that was there 40 years ago. That's what makes it great. Dairy Queen has drive-thru if you don't like lines.

Go up Rt114 and look for black and white cow and calf sign opposite Diamond Hill just before 121.

Thanks for being there ICM.

From a faithful fan and confirmed coffee heath crunch man.

Spanky

Pros: You're there for the ice cream and they delivery every single time.

Cons: Can be buggy on humid or rainy nights.

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I have lived in the area for close to 3 years now, and have visited the ICM a half dozen times. Although the ice cream is good, I feel that the wait and the cost for ice cream here is poor. There is always a long wait on any evening, and what line you are waiting in can at times be confusing. It costs about $6.00 for my husband and I to get two small cones. Right down the road is a small antique store called Pentimento's. In addition to selling interesting artifacts, one can visit their vintage ice cream shop. Their ice cream is delicious and much cheaper than the ICM.
If you live in North Cumberland, I would stop by Pentimento's for a much more enjoyable ice cream experience!

1
★★★☆☆

I have lived in the area for close to 3 years now, and have visited the ICM a half dozen times. Although the ice cream is good, I feel that the wait and the cost for ice cream here is poor. There is always a long wait on any evening, and what line you are waiting in can at times be confusing. It costs about $6.00 for my husband and I to get two small cones. Right down the road is a small antique store called Pentimento's. In addition to selling interesting artifacts, one can visit their vintage ice cream shop. Their ice cream is delicious and much cheaper than the ICM.
If you live in North Cumberland, I would stop by Pentimento's for a much more enjoyable ice cream experience!

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I have lived in the area since I was born and have been eating at the ICM for as long as I can remember. My favorite has.. and ALWAYS will be BUBBLEGUM ICE CREAM. You can imagine my shock and dissapointment when I recently discovered the ICM no longer sells BUBBLEGUM ICE CREAM! Why? Something about it being a big sticky mess. Well, customers can also be big sticky messes, are you going to get rid of us too?? I don't understand why it's SUDDENLY a big sticky mess.. You've dealt with it this long, so why do you have to change?? I will ALWAYS be that little girl with pig tails eating her BUBBLEGUM ICE CREAM AT THE ICE CREAM MACHINE!
Bring it back! Bring it back now! Today! Get out of your seat and off your computer! Go... Quick....

2
★★★★☆

I have lived in the area since I was born and have been eating at the ICM for as long as I can remember. My favorite has.. and ALWAYS will be BUBBLEGUM ICE CREAM. You can imagine my shock and dissapointment when I recently discovered the ICM no longer sells BUBBLEGUM ICE CREAM! Why? Something about it being a big sticky mess. Well, customers can also be big sticky messes, are you going to get rid of us too?? I don't understand why it's SUDDENLY a big sticky mess.. You've dealt with it this long, so why do you have to change?? I will ALWAYS be that little girl with pig tails eating her BUBBLEGUM ICE CREAM AT THE ICE CREAM MACHINE!
Bring it back! Bring it back now! Today! Get out of your seat and off your computer! Go... Quick....

Pros: you USED, to sell, BUBBLEGUM ICE CREAM

Cons: NO, BUBBLEGUM, ICE CREAM

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Fantastic home made ice cream. It's always crowded but well worth the wait.

2
★★★★★

Fantastic home made ice cream. It's always crowded but well worth the wait.

Pros: worth the wait

Cons: crowded

 

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