Four Seas is the third oldest ice cream shop in New England. The Four Seas shop is located in downtown Centerville on Cape Cod. Be sure to also visit our Facebook page Four Seas Ice Cream Rules by clicking on the Facebook logo on the right. Review us in Trip
DID YOU KNOW: Four Seas Ice Cream Cakes are now available! Quarts are available year round at the following locations: Fancy's Market in Osterville, Centerville Pie Co. in Centerville, Peterson's Market on Route 6A in Yarmouth Port, Gol Supermarket on Rte 28 Hyannis across from Midas Muffler, Village Farm Market in Orleans. Our Ice Cream is now available for desert at the Black Cat and the Roadhouse Cafe on South Street in Hyannis. More locations coming soon.
OPENING SALE DAY on SATURDAY MAY 21, 2011
RANDALL MARK WARREN SCHOLARSHIP DAY is JUNE 16, 2010
There are 24 flavors of ice cream available to customers at any given time. Four Seas is the third oldest ice cream shop in New England and considered by ice cream connoisseurs to be one of the best in the country. Situated in an old blacksmith shop in downtown Centerville on Cape Cod, Massachusetts since 1934, it has become a Cape tradition for over 75 years.
The name "Four Seas" comes from a poem by Mabel E. Phinney called "Cape Cod Calls". Four Seas is a strictly summer Cape Cod experience, opening a week before Memorial Day on Saturday and closing a week after Labor Day on Sunday In 2011, the season runs from May 21 to September 12.
The owner, Douglas Warren, employs local high school students to whom he gives a high esprit de corps and also runs a scholarship in memory of his brother, Randall. The pay is low, but the perks (like free ice cream all summer long) are good. Warren recently had a reunion of 122 former employees, all but five of the students who have worked at Four Seas over the years.
Four Seas Memorial Garden
The garden will have 2 granite benches in memory of
Dick “Chief” and Randy Warren
The garden area will have memorial bricks that you can purchase similar to the one
to preserve the memory of your own loved ones who have passed on.
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