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Far Out Ice Cream has officially opened at Time Out Market Boston

You can now find its New Zealand-style ice cream in the Fenway

Olivia Vanni
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Olivia Vanni

The culinary arsenal at Time Out Market Boston has just become a little cooler—and it's all thanks to Far Out Ice Cream. The Brookline-based shop, which serves some of the best ice cream in town, has officially opened an outpost right there in the Fenway this week.

For folks who don't know, Far Out first made an appearance on the local food scene in the fall of 2021, after its founders, August Radbill and Drew Beja, had traveled to New Zealand and discovered the true beauty of this island nation: Its frozen dairy. In fact, the ice cream impressed them so much, they just had to bring it all across the world, to the masses of Massachusetts. Ever since, they've been doling out cones, cups and blendies (or, as we Bostonians like to say, frappes) from Down Under and developing quite the Far Out following.

Now begs the real question: What could possibly be so special about Far Out's specific style of soft serve? Well, it’s a Kiwi invention also known as “real fruit ice cream,” which takes normal, delicious ice cream and blends it withyou guessed itreal fruit to make a marriage just short of pure magic.

As with its Brookline storefront, Far Out’s Fenway stall within Time Out Market will let you flaunt your creative, culinary genius by customizing the ice cream of your dreams. All you have to do is choose an ice cream base—whether be it premium vanilla or vegan chocolateas well as the fruits of your desire (i.e. banana, strawberry and mango). The folks at Far Out will throw it all in a nifty machine and create your edible work of art.

Far Out Ice Cream founders Drew Beja August Radbill
Photo: Tony LuongFar Out founders Drew Beja (left) and August Radbill (right)

Customers who could not possibly handle that kind of pressure can also pick from one of Far Out’s expertly crafted flavor combinations, such as its famous Kookabeery, which features swirls of strawberries, blueberries and raspberries. No matter which path you follow, your ice cream can (and should) be served in one of the shop’s house waffle cones, which are baked each and every day, and loaded with toppings.

Hungry yet? Grab your Far Out fix at Time Out Market any day of the week from noon to 10:30pm.

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