Welcome to Mitchell’s On-Campus Ice Cream Shop and a New London Favorite!
We welcome you to come and taste authentic New England old fashioned ice cream. Whether your favorite is ice cream in its purest form, or shakes, sundaes, and malts, come ready for a treat–you will not leave disappointed!
Location and Hours
629 Montauk Avenue, New London, CT 06320 | 860-443-2464
We are open!
Please park in the parking lot on De Biasi Drive or on Montauk Avenue to access Michael’s Dairy!
Labor Day Weekend
Friday & Saturday 12pm-9:30pm
Back to School Hours starting Tuesday, September 4
Tuesday – Thursday 2pm- 8pm
Friday & Saturday 12pm-9pm
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Michael’s Dairy has a long history in New London. Previously known as Mitchell Dairy it provided milk to most of the city. Michael Buscetto started working for Mitchell Dairy manager Roland Allen when he was just nine years old. In 1938, the Mitchell family donated much of the adjoining estate to a group of community-minded New Londoners to establish a college, now known as Mitchell College in honor of the family’s generosity, and becoming a neighbor to the dairy. The Buscetto family acquired the dairy and its property in 1943 and renamed Mitchell Dairy to the present name. Michael’s Dairy was the last milk processing dairy in New London having continued the tradition into the 1970s. Mitchell College purchased Michael’s Dairy from the Buscetto family in 2006 and still offers delicious ice cream in New London.
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