Nothing spells summer quite like ice cream in America and Put-in-Bays DJ’s Ice Cream serves it up right!
DJ’s Ice Cream Particulars
Located on Toledo Avenue just one block from Delaware Avenue, DJ’s Ice Cream offers breakfast, lunch& dinner lunch favorites and as the name might suggest, everyone’s favorite, Ice Cream! An outdoor patio is a perfect place to dine and people watch as you enjoy your meal.
DJ’s Ice Cream offers 16 different Ice Cream flavors served in a variety of cone styles or in an easy to eat bowl. All your favorite flavors are available and served up by some really friendly folks! Breakfast at DJ’s is best enjoyed with one of their freshly baked waffles topped with fresh fruit and whipping creme. Lunch and Dinner hours DJ’s Ice Cream serves up an enticing variety of sandwiches and sides to be enjoyed in a casual relaxed atmosphere.
Things to Do at Put-in-Bay
After you’ve had your fill of ice creme or if you’re looking for a few things to see while enjoying your treat Put-in-Bay has no shortage of amazing attractions! Just across the street from DJ’s Ice Cream is The Sand Bar. Sure to be a hit with the kids, The Sand Bar offers a Go-Kart track, large indoor arcade, batting cage and a pool for kids! Mom & Dad can grab a cold adult beverage of choice at their fully stocked poolside bar.
Just down the street is the Perry Victory & International Peace Memorial a 352-foot granite monument which towers over the island. This monument commemorates the naval triumph against the British Fleet in the Battle of Lake Erie during War in 1812. The famous saying “finally, we have met our enemy, and they are all ours” came from a note written back in the mid-1800s by General Perry who leads the naval troops against the British.
Put-in-Bay is a fun place to be. You can rent a bike or Put-in-Bay Golf carts and tour the island. Be sure to check out the South Bass Island State Park a perfect place for a family picnic! The Aquatic Visitors Center is a great place to learn about Lake Erie and the kids can fish for free! If you are a history buff, the Lake Erie Island Historical Society has a wonderful museum where there are some really fascinating displays of island life and its history through the years.