TOO HOT TO COOK
We can’t take the heat, so we’re leaving the kitchen and heading for patios, picnic spots, and cool late-night bars
When the mercury nears 30 degrees, the last thing you want to do is slave over a hot stove. This summer, leave the kitchen behind and head out for a picnic, hit up a food cart, or sit on a breezy patio and enjoy a cold drink.
The latest addition to Beechwood Avenue is Sundae School, which promises that blissful trifecta of ice cream, sauce, and a cherry (or two) on top. Owner Lindsay Taub (a.k.a. the Chief Sundae Officer) doles out small-batch ice creams from Carp Custom Creamery and classic sauces made in house (think hot fudge and salted caramel). Enjoy the hip classroom atmosphere, or head to the patio. From $8. Sundae School, 222 Beechwood Ave.
Contributors: Sarah Brown, Cindy Deachman, Anne DesBrisay, Marc Fowler, Remie Geoffroi, Christian Lalonde, Katie Shapiro, Ben Welland, Noah Witenoff