Shakes and Sundaes
Chocolate, Hot Fudge, Butterscotch, Caramel, Wild Cherry, Peanut Butter, Marshmallow, Apple, Strawberry, Peach, Pineapple, Raspberry, Banana, Maple, Vanilla, Walnut, Root Beer, South Side Milkshake, Banana Split, Turtle, Tortoise, Mudslide, and Dirt Sundaes, Parfait, Nancy B’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Sundae, Hot Fudge Brownie Sundae, Hot Cinnamon Bun Sundae, Strawberry Shortcake, Raspberry Almond Torte, Electric Banana Sundae
Nancy B’s Cookie Crumbs, Heath, Twix, Chocolate Chip, Butterfinger, M&M’s, German Chocolate, Cheesecake Chunk, Chocolate Covered Pretzel, Oreo, Reese’s Pieces, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Tropical, Brownie Chocolate Chunk, Banana Split, Nestle Crunch, Grasshopper, Turtlettes, Chocolate Covered Cherry or Strawberry, Kit Kat, Cake Batter, Banana Cream Pie, Hawaiian, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Snickers, Girl Scout Thin Mint
Pop: Cane Cola, Black Cherry, Sparkling Apple Cider, Birch Beer, Diet Coke. Slushes: Real Strawberry, Cherry, Watermelon, Strawberry, Blue Raspberry, Lime, Grape, Orange, Lemon, Blueberry. Fresh Squeezed Lemonade, and Freckled Lemonade. Floats and Juicy Freezes available with any pop or slush flavor. Smoothies: Mango Peach, Strawberry Banana, Mixed Berry
Snacks and Sandwiches
Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Hot Dog, South Side Hot Dog, Chicken Hoagie, Chicken Sandwich, Steak Hoagie, Steak Sandwich, Nachos, French Fries, Curly Fries, Mozzarella Sticks
About Page Dairy Mart
Page Dairy Mart is currently located at the intersection of Beck’s Run Road and E. Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA. The Page family built a Gulf Service and Gas Station on this property years after this photo was taken. Becks Run Road was eventually redirected under the railroad trestle approximately 75-100 feet south of where it appears in this photo. The building that appears in this photo was known as the Ormsby Mansion and was the home of the Butterwick family. Emma Butterwick was born here and grew up to marry Charles Alexander Page. The building was destroyed in the Saint Patrick’s Flood and no longer exists. It is interesting to note that the road is not paved but a wooden boardwalk is visible for foot traffic. You can see what appears to be horse-drawn trolley tracks near the bottom of the photo (see the water-filled hoof marks between the tracks). There is a shadow of a telephone pole and powerline coming up from the bottom left-hand corner. A gas streetlight is on the corner. This photo was probably taken in the spring and sometime near 1900.