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Dairy Joy Makes Seasonal Debut, So Now Spring Has Really Begun

It’s the 57th year in business for the ice cream shop

Dairy Joy ice cream
Dairy Joy ice cream
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A popular ice cream shop in Weston is ready to usher in the warmer months. Cedar Hill Dairy Joy — aka Dairy Joy — is officially open for its 57th year of business, serving its signature soft serve, sherbet, and sorbet, plus lobster rolls, fried clams, and raspberry lime rickeys. (Not to mention the well-loved JavaBerry, a raspberry-coffee soft serve that was originally created by accident.)

First opened in 1961 and run by the same family since then, Dairy Joy has added some new lunch and dinner items to the mix this year, including organic salads and grilled panini, along with coffee from Borealis Coffee Company, which is based in Rhode Island.

Customers can place to-go orders or eat at Dairy Joy’s outdoor picnic tables through November. The shop is open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 331 North Ave. in Weston. Cash only.

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Smokehouse burger at Dairy Joy
Smokehouse burger at Dairy Joy
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