Lofty Pursuits is offering a free scoop of ice cream to any person who brings in their own piece of pie for Pi Day. So this kid decided a Whataburger pie would do just fine with cinnamon ice cream. #piday2016 #loftypursuits #thatlookskindofgross
1355 Market Street #A11 in Tallahassee, FL.
We are right off the Thomasville Road exit of I-10. We are in Verandas on Market Street facing Timberlane Road, directly across Timeberlane Road from our old location.
7AM to 10PM Monday to Satuday
7AM to 9PM Sunday
“One of the top 10 things to do in Tallahassee.” - Tallahassee Magazine
“When ... researching the history of the American soda fountain ... all roads led to Gregory Cohen [owner of Lofty Pursuits], probably the country’s leading expert on the institution.” - New York Times
Lofty Pursuits is a jaw-dropping dessert experience. - Miami New Times
Fun things at Lofty Pursuits
Fun things on display at Lofty Pursuits.
There is a lot of history on display at Lofty Pursuits. Look around at our vintage toys. We have a yoyo museum and a collection of vintage yoyo award patches and trophies. You can also find our original Frisbie pie tin. This returnable pie tin is what was tossed around and later became the throwing disc we all know. Also make sure you look at our display of Victorian candy making machines and molds. Check out the Haiku vending machine, poetry for a quarter. Also check out our nonpay phone. It's an original 1920's payphone that has been rewired to play recordings and let kids experience a rotary phone. There are recordings for all sorts of famous phone numbers. Try calling Jenny, James Bond or Alfred Hitchcock.
Dial HELP on the payphone for more information.