Everyone screams for ice cream at Coyle's Homemade Ice Cream in Bay Shore

Marty Coyle says the ice cream contains 14

Marty Coyle says the ice cream contains 14 percent butterfat in its cream.

BAY SHORE - Looking to cool down with a tasty treat? Why not stop by Coyle’s in Bay Shore for some homemade ice cream.

According to Marty Coyle, of Coyle’s Homemade Ice Cream, what makes their ice cream ‘the best’ is the 14 percent butterfat that the cream is made of. After some churning the ice cream heads to a superfreezer for 15 minutes until it’s the perfect consistency.

Some quick things that Coyle has noticed over the years: Women eat more ice cream than men; more adults order the cold treats than children; the shop is busiest on the weekends; and customers prefer vanilla over chocolate.

In addition to the traditional cone or sundae, Coyle’s offers a variety of other ice cream treats, such as its signature ice cream soda recipe.

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