Who invented the Awful Awful?

Let me start over. Back in the 1940s, Bond’s Ice Cream of New Jersey invented a frosty drink of flavored syrup and ice milk. Legend says a Bond’s customer gulped down the 24-ounce concoction and promptly declared it awful big and awful good. The name stuck.

What does Awful Awful stand for?

Its name, by the way, comes from “Awful Big, Awful Good.” If you love all things related to the milkshake, an Awful Awful in Rhode Island is a must.

What is the Awful Awful Newport Creamery?

Newport Creamery is a chain of restaurants in Rhode Island and southern Massachusetts. Since its first restaurant opened in 1940, it has been primarily known for ice cream and, later, the “Awful Awful” milkshake. The company is based in Middletown, Rhode Island.

Does Newport Creamery still have Awful Awful Mondays?

INTRODUCING ONLINE ORDERING AND OUR MOBILE APP 📣📲 As we continue to grow and evolve the Newport Creamery digital experience, we’re focused on making the ordering and meal fulfillment journey even more seamless and enjoyable for our guests! Still have the half price awful awful’s ?? Happy Monday, Everyone!

What do they call milkshakes in Rhode Island?

While the rest of New England refers to what most Americans calls a milkshake as a “frappe” (that’s pronounced “frap,” not “frappay”), Rhode Island calls its version a “cabinet.” Rumor has it the beverage is thusly named because blenders used to make the drink were often stored in cabinets.

What is the name of Newport Creamery signature shake?

The Fribble always stood out among shakes for me: Its signature ingredient — ice milk — gave it a distinctly different taste and texture from its rivals that were packed with hard ice cream. Friendly’s made a big change in the 1990s, moving to soft-serve. And I adjusted.