Time Out says
Home of the original 99, sandwiched between Glasthule People’s Park and Scotsman’s Bay
Since it opened in 1950, Teddy’s has answered when Dubliners scream for soft serve. It may look like a tiny shop, but it’s an institution. The team is so confident in their vanilla ice cream that it’s the only flavour on offer. The creamy consistency is best enjoyed with a Flake tucked inside, a la the classic 99 that made Teddy’s famous, but you can also add sprinkles, syrups, and Oreo topping. If the queue is too long (and there’s always a queue), keep your eyes peeled for Teddy’s Ice Cream vans along the Dun Laoghaire Pier and in front of the Pavilion Theatre.
Time Out tip: Bring cash. Teddy’s doesn’t accept credit cards.
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