Farrell’s Ice Cream Nachos Are a Cool and Tasty Cinco De Mayo Treat

Celebrate General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguin's victory over the French at the Battle Of Puebla with Ice Cream Nachos and a Laredo Burger from Farrell’s.

Mission Viejo, CA, April 30, 2011 --(PR.com)-- With Cinco de Mayo approaching, Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours offer Ice Cream Nachos as an alternative to the traditional chips-with-cheese, nacho celebration.

Instead of nachos topped with cheese, guacamole, sour cream and black beans, Farrell’s offer their spin on the classic with broken up waffle cone “chips,” mint chip, chocolate malted crunch and vanilla ice cream topped with hot fudge, caramel, blueberries, whipped cream, almonds and a cherry on top.

"An ice cream parlour may not be the first place that comes to mind when celebrating this Mexican holiday, but for those looking for an alternative to the ordinary, Farrell’s just may be the answer," says Michael Fleming, CEO, Parlour Enterprises Inc. “Since it’s introduction almost a year ago, our Ice Cream Nachos have quickly become one of our best selling desserts. Cinco De Mayo is a perfect time to come in and try our Ice Cream Nachos for the fist time or order them again and yell ‘Viva Farrells'.”

Then, to finish off your Cinco De Mayo meal, Fleming suggests "you wash down the Ice Cream Nacho with Farrell's, bit more spicy, Laredo Burger," a 1/3 pound charbroiled beef with garlic roasted Anaheim chili, pepper jack cheese, avocado, tomato, lettuce, and a chipotle sauce.

About Farrell’s
Started by Robert “Bob” Farrell in 1963, Farrell’s is a step back in time over 100 years to an old-time ice cream parlour. Farrell’s is known for its delicious ice cream and food concoctions, oversized portions, and rowdy but fun party atmosphere. At it’s height, Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours had almost 160 locations nation wide. After its sale in 1985 to an investment group, the Farrell’s concept was changed and by early 2000 all the Farrell’s nationwide were closed. In 2009, Orange County, CA based, Parlour Enterprises Inc revived the original Farrell’s concept envisioned by Bob Farrell and began moving ahead with the reopening Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlors. Farrell’s currently has two locations open, The Shops at Mission Viejo, 779 Shops blvd. Mission Viejo, Ca. 92691 and in Mountasia Family Fun Center in Santa Clarita, 21516 Golden Triange Road, Santa Clarita, Ca. 91350.

Farrell's Ice Cream Parlour
Jeremy Law