Happy Hot Fudge Sundae Day: It’s All About The Fudge
Funny, you’d think that Hot Fudge Sundae would fall on a Sunday, but I think we can celebrate on a Tuesday, don’t you?
I am a huge fan of really hot fudge sundaes. What do I mean by real? Well, I mean that it has to be real HOT Fudge.
Don’t offer me a hot fudge sundae and then show up with chocolate syrup on my ice cream. Don’t get me wrong, I’ll eat it, but I won’t be happy. Real hot fudge is thick and fuggy and practically a desert in itself. So where in Bangor can you experience that kind of fudge? I’ll list the best places I have found if you promise me you’ll let me know if there is someplace I’ve missed.
- Nicky’s Cruise In Diner on Union Street. Some of the best hot fudge I’ve had.
- The Coach House on Wilson Street in Brewer. Great consistency and oh so chocolaty.
- Dysart’s has a decent fudge
- Governor’s restaurant also goes for the real fudge
I don’t know of any chain restaurants that go for the real fudge. But hey I haven’t been everywhere. Amanda says her favorite is McDonalds, so there. If you think there is a sundae I need to try, put it into the comment section and I’ll give is a try. All in the name of research I assure you.