Mikey Likes It The Cone: Ice Ice Baby vanilla ice cream With tongue-in-cheek throwback decor—think clocks with Will Smith and Macaulay Culkin’s heads—and friendly faces behind the counter, Michael Cole’s pop culture–inspired shop has it all. From fun flavors of the month (True Colors, a double blueberry with red velvet and cheesecake chunks) to the perfect vanilla, Mikey’s scoops recall the sweet, simple ice creams of your childhood—and taste great between two mini Belgian waffles.
When Kellogg's first introduced the toaster pastry in 1964, it was unfrosted and came with four flavors: Apple Currant Jelly, Strawberry, Blueberry and Brown Sugar-Cinnamon. In 1967, the first frosted Pop-Tarts hit the shelves with four flavors, as well: Dutch-Apple, Concord Grape, Raspberry and Brown Sugar-Cinnamon. Today, there are over 30 kinds of Pop-Tarts (and many special edition ones). First called "Fruit Scone".