Ben & Jerry’s – Sevierville, TN

1 10 2009
  • 1635 Parkway #1290
  • Sevierville, TN 37862
  • (865) 908-7778
  • Website
  • Menu
Ben & Jerrys Homemade Ice Cream on The Parkway in Sevierville, TN

Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream on The Parkway in Sevierville, TN

After BBQ, J and I needed dessert. We were going to go check out the Parkway and see what we could find, but we stumbled across an outlet mall….and wouldn’t you know it, it’s a Tanger. J’s got some big changes coming up at work (more later….in another post) and needs to get some new clothes. I noticed there was an Under Armour Outlet and I wanted to look for Cold Weather Gloves. 

As we were weaving our way through, we saw a Ben & Jerry’s. It’s another one of those places that neither of us had ever been to and I’ve never even had Ben & Jerry’s from the grocery store, so why not. 

Ben & Jerry’s is in the Tanger Outlets in Sevierville on the Parkway. It’s a corner building with not a lot of space, but it’s designed to keep people moving. Pick up some ice cream then get back to shopping. I think there was only one or two tables in the whole store. 

They must get a lot of dumb tourists. There were signs all over the place that were as ridiculous as “Caution: Hot” on a coffee cup. They had a flashing sign board along one wall with all the flavors and description…then there were half a dozen signs scattered throughout the building telling you to look at the flashing board.

Ben & Jerrys in the Tanger Outlets in Sevierville, TN

Ben & Jerry's in the Tanger Outlets in Sevierville, TN

Since we were the only ones in the store, we took our time and read all of them. I settled on two scoops of Half Baked which had both chocolate and vanilla ice cream, brownie chunks, and bits of chocolate. Man, was it good. Not MSU Dairy Store good, but still, really good. One of my scoops was mostly brownie which was alright with me. 

J ordered a cone with Goodbye Yellow Brickle Road. It’s a new flavor that is chocolate ice cream, peanut butter cookie dough, brickle candy pieces, and white chocolately chunks She was “mmmmmmmmmm”ing all the way back to the cabin, so I guess it’s good.

Our bill was a little over eight bucks. A little expensive, but not really when it comes to ice cream shops like this. It was a nice little snack and a nice way to end our day in the city. It was time to go back up the mountain and see if the bees would let us enjoy our hot tub now that sun went down.

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