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Loard's Ice Cream
2265 S Shore Ctr, Alameda, CA 94501
Loard's Ice Cream offers 40 delicious flavors of hand made ice cream, plus six seasonal varieties. It also offersMore sorbet, sherbet, cookies, drinks, a chest full of various candies, and even dog treats (Scooby Snacks). Loard's also makes ice cream cakes with vanilla and chocolate layers filled with different ice cream flavors. For the best variety, order Thursday or Friday. Birthday candles are also available.
Yumygurt Frozen Yogurt
650 Central Ave, Alameda, CA 94501
This spot serves 16 kinds of frozen yogurt with an option of 18 toppings and as many different flavors of ice cream.More Smoothies, shakes, frozen yogurt pies, fruit teas, coffee and blended ice coffee completes the selection. This is not a self-serve place. Most of the customers these days come for the frozen yogurt, but the Lappert's ice creams are worth a try, especially the Kauai Pie.
Baskin Robbins
2601 Blanding Ave, Alameda, CA 94501
Baskin Robbins is famous for its multitude of ice cream flavors as well as many ice cream cakes. At the AlamedaMore location, the store has both indoor and outdoor seating, the latter with a view of the estuary. This Baskin Robbins sponsors a Little League team and a Babe Ruth team.
Tucker's Ice Cream
1349 Park St, Alameda, CA 94501
Tucker's Supercreamed Ice Cream has served tasty treats to its dessert devotees since 1941. SplurgeMore on its homemade waffle cones, cakes, choco-dipped bananas, Cho Cho's, milk shakes, banana splits or sundaes and you won't be disappointed. Tucker's more than 33 flavors of ice cream, sorbets and sherbets are definitely worth the wait in a line that often snakes out the back door at this celebrated hometown gathering spot. There's plenty of inside seating, open windows and a view of Park Street. It also has a secluded back patio.
Fosters Freeze
630 Central Ave, Alameda, CA 94501
This eatery is part of arguably the first California fast food chain. It serves made-to-order burgers, fries and shakes,More as well as its signature and all-time favorite with the customers here, soft serve cones and desserts. The two flavors of ice cream are complemented by a variety of 13 different toppings. Any order from the kids' menu comes with a free ice cream cone. Bring cash if you don't want to be charged a fee for using a credit card.
Subway Restaurant
1700 Webster St, Alameda, CA 94501
What attracts customers to this particular store is the clean environment, plenty of seating and the quick service.More Their favorite out of the menu: the turkey and the tuna sub, as well as the ice cream. You can get any sub for five bucks, and combo with chips and a drink for a reasonable price as well.
Nail Shop
1351 Park St, Alameda, CA 94501
This salon offers a variety of professional nail care treatments in a clean, relaxing atmosphere. Services includeMore manicures, pedicures, scrubs, facials and hand and foot massage. The manicurists do silks, gels, acrylics and pink and whites, as well as many interesting nail art designs. The business is located in Park Street's commercial shopping district, next door to Tucker's Ice Cream Parlor.
New Rich's Market
1543 Lincoln Ave, Alameda, CA 94501
New Rich's Market carries the conventional beverage-and-convenience-store finds: cold beer, liquors, wine and mixers. ItMore also stocks cigarettes and a limited selection of grocery items and ice cream.  
2202 S Shore Ctr, Alameda, CA 94501
This branch of the nation's biggest video franchise is conveniently located in the heart of the Alameda South ShoreMore Center. The store sells and rents the usual wide selection of movies, music and video games from every genre. Also available are theatre-style snacks like buttered popcorn, ice cream and over-sized candy bars.
Santa Clara Market
846 Santa Clara Ave, Alameda, CA 94501
Santa Clara Market carries everything from candy, chips and ice cream to wine, beer and soda.The marketMore also carries cigarettes and lottery tickets. The Santa Clara Market provides a local place to purchase necessities without traveling far.
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