Ice cream never became as experimental as that of Odd Fellows' selection of ever-changing flavors that sound like platters we find at the dinner table.
A bestseller of theirs is none other than 'Maple bacon pecan.' The flavors contain a range of cultural inspirations, such as the 'Chorizo caramel', 'Miso cherry butterscotch' and the 'Manchego pineapple thyme.'
The key to having customers come back is the experimental approach to their ice cream creation, where Chef Sam Mason rotates in new flavors to the mix every week.
What makes Odd Fellows particularly unique is not only its progressive flavor experimentations, but its nostalgic 1950s diner-esque interior that’s sprinkled with a few unusual paintings, such as the piece with Jesus holding an ice cream cone, and a few circus clowns and figurines that sit atop the shelves. These unusual interior appearances contribute to the odd yet delightful ice cream flavor combinations.