New Vineyard ice cream parlor is a step back in history 03

Brian Brooker, of Cedar Hills, scoops ice cream as he and others prepare the parlor at Brooker's Founding Flavors Ice Cream on Friday, Nov. 30, 2018, in Vineyard. The ice cream parlor opened to the public on Saturday. Isaac Hale, Daily Herald

A visit to Brookers is a step back in history — colonial times, specifically.

In this one-of-a-kind ice cream parlor, colonial-clad workers serve up unique ice cream flavors, such as "George Washington's Indispensable Flavor," made with dark chocolate ice cream, peanut butter cups, peanut butter candies, and peanut butter swirl; or "Patrick Henry's Give Me Chocolate or Give Me Death," featuring chocolate ice cream, chunks of chocolate fudge chip brownie, chocolate truffle and a swirl of chocolate ganache. 

Located in the new strip mall in front of the Vineyard Megaplex movie theater, Brookers is a perfect way to top off an evening at the movies.

Location: 568 N. Mill Road, Suite A101, Vineyard