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Welcome to Fun at Steve & Sue’s Par-Tee Freeze!

Soft Serve Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt • Dogs/Lobster Rolls/Captain Parker’s Chowder • Lightning Falls Adventure Golf
From stopping-by for your favorite soft serve or frozen yogurt to planning a party complete with refreshments and miniature golf for a birthday celebration, Steve and Sue’s Par-Tee Freeze and Lightning Falls Adventure Mini Golf in Hyannis is the place to be for family fun in the sun on Cape Cod!

Cash Only • 508-771-3194
Open Daily • 10am – 10pm

Soft Serve & Frozen Yogurt

Soft Serve & Frozen Yogurt

Soft Serve & Frozen Yogurt

Soft Serve & Frozen Yogurt

All prices include 6.25% MA meal tax • .75% local meals tax included

Traditional Low-Fat Flavors

Vanilla • Chocolate • Coffee
Vanilla & Chocolate Vanilla & Coffee
Cones: $3.25  $3.75  $4.50
Dream Cone: $4.75

Fat Free Yogurt Flavors

No Sugar Added Vanilla • Raspberry
Raspberry & Vanilla
Cones: $3.75  $4.25
Yogurt Dream Cone: $5.25
Dips • Jimmies • Crunch are FREE


Hot Fudge • Hot Apple • Strawberry • Pineapple • Blueberry • Peanut Butter • Butterscotch
Kiddie: $2.00
Small: $4.50
Large: $5.25
Whipped Cream or Marshmallow, Nuts & Cherry Included Add additional toppings for .75

Steve & Sue’s Specialty Cones

Soft Serve • One Size Only • $3.75
Sorry, No Dips, Crunch or Jimmies on Specialty Cones!

Black Cherry
Black Raspberry
Butter Pecan

Creme de Menthe
German Chocolate

Peanut Butter
Pina Colada
Nut Rum
Tutti Frutti

Other Treats

Frappe/Freeze – $4.75

Float/Ice Cream Soda – $3.75  $4.75

Brownie Treat – $5.25  $6.00

Banana Boat – $6.00  $6.75

Ice Cream Sandwich – $2.50  or 6 for $12.00

Flurry – $3.75  $4.75
Ice Cream Mixed with a Topping. Each additional topping is 50 cents extra

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough • Oreo • Butterfinger • M&M • Heath Bar • Nestle Crunch • Peanut Butter Cup • Reese’s Pieces • Banana • Waffle Cone Pieces • Strawberry • Pineapple • Blueberry • Snickers • Brownie

Slush – $1.25  $1.50  $ 1.75
Lemon-Lime • Watermelon • Cherry • Orange • Blue Raspberry • Grape

Malt – $5.25

Parfait – $4.50

Brownie Pops – $2.50 or 6 for $12.00 Frozen chocolate dipped brownie. Also available with chocolate or rainbow sprinkles.

Pints – $4.25
Quarts – $7.25
Yogurt Pints – $5.25

Food & Drinks

Food & Drinks

Food & Drinks

Food & Drinks

All prices include 6.25% MA meal tax • .75% local meals tax included

Hot Dog – $2.50
Chili Dog – $3.00
Slice of Pizza – $2.25
Tuna Salad Roll – $3.25
Chicken Salad Roll – $4.00
Captain Parkers Chowder – $3.75
Lobster Roll with Cape Cod or Lays Potato Chips – $12.50
Chips • Cookies • Brownies – .75

Soda • Slush • Iced Coffee – $1.25, $1.50, $1.75
Hot Coffee • Tea • Cocoa – $1.50
Frozen Lemonade – $1.75
Frozen Raspberry Lime Rickey – $1.75

Mini Golf

Mini Golf

Lightning Falls Adventure Mini Golf!

Lightning Falls, located right beside Par-Tee Freeze at 455 West Main Street in Hyannis is an 18-hole adventure mini golf course with a cave and waterfall feature. It opens in late March, weather permitting, and definitely by school vacation in April. It is open 7 days a week until the weekend after Columbus Day when the Par-Tee Freeze closes as well.



Golfers play at their own risk

Parents are responsible for their children

Management reserves the right to refuse any golfer

Lost Balls .50

No cash refunds

About Steve & Sue's


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Steve & Sue's History

Steve & Sue Fedele, high school sweethearts from Brockton, MA, met at Gowell’s Homemade Chocolate store as teenagers. Steve later worked as a head candy maker at Hilliard’s Chocolates in Easton, MA. After high school he joined the army, was stationed in Long Binh, Vietnam, from August 1968 to August 1969 and married Sue upon his return. They traveled to El Paso, Texas for his next base where stationed for a year and a half. He was discharged as an executive chef and settled in Centerville where he worked as a candy maker for Cape Cod Candies on Main Street in Hyannis. Sue dipped chocolates at night with their baby daughter Stacey beside her in a porta crib. With a growing family (2 more boys Jason and Todd) and needing health insurance, Steve took a job at the phone company in 1972. Many layoffs prompted him to look for his own business.

Steve liked an ice cream stand on West Main Street that had only been there for a year. It was 1977, Steve was 28, Sue 26, and their 3 children were 6, 4 and 3 years old. On a shoestring, they got a $5,000 operating loan from the bank and borrowed the rest of the down payment from family. Steve continued with the phone company till 1987, working nights and weekends at the Par-Tee Freeze, while Sue worked days, sometimes with their youngest Todd taking naps on the back room floor.

In 1985, they purchased a second mini golf in the center of downtown Hyannis. In 1988, they purchased the old Treasure Island property just over the Yarmouth line. It was a major renovation project to put ice cream and homemade candy into the building that previously housed a pewter jewelry business. They continued remodeling the Treasure Island Gift Shop and in 1989, at the other end of the parking lot, built Thunder Falls Adventure Golf. The cost for the site work was exorbitant and permitting was gut wrenching but on memorial weekend in 1989, they were determined to be open for the weekend crowds. On Friday afternoon, with much left to get done, the building crew cut out early. The course was left a mess and in various states of disarray, so Jason, their middle child took matters into his own hands and arrived with a cavalry of friends to finish the job and allow permits to be granted. Shortly thereafter Cape Cod Storyland Adventure Golf on Center Street in Hyannis was purchased in bankruptcy. Commercial rentals were also part of that complex.

In December 1989, however, tragedy struck when their 17-year-old son Jason was killed in an auto accident on his way home from his winter job as a bus boy at Sam Diego’s restaurant.

Everyone at Sam’s loved Jay and his hard-working abilities. He had a kind heart and was very giving. Even on that fateful weekend, he packaged up his tips to give to his parents as a gift, as they were going off Cape to meet friends for Sue’s 39th birthday. Dave Surprenant and Bob Kershaw from Sam Diego’s were the first to suggest that a scholarship fund in Jay’s name be started. And so it lives on with the Jason A. Fedele Memorial Scholarship Fund, awarded annually to graduating seniors from across the Cape and Islands who work and will be continuing their education. Jay’s giving spirit lives on with each check written to deserving students who work to help their parents pay for some part of their college expenses, if only for books or their own spending money. Usually between $5,000 – $7,000 is given out each year. Anyone wishing to donate can do so by sending a check to Steve & Sue’s Par-Tee Freeze, 455 West Main Street Hyannis, MA 02601.

Their children have always worked at the businesses from a very young age, Stacey usually at the Par-Tee Freeze and Todd at Cape Cod Storyland, until 2004 when it was sold. Thunder Falls was sold in 2005 and Main Street Mini Golf in 2007. As age crept up, Steve and Sue thought that managing only their original location on West Main Street would be easier.

Stacey is now 44, graduated from UMASS Amherst with a degree in chemical engineering, but came back to work at the business, married John (now CEO of CDS in Bourne), and has 3 children. Two of them, Tristan and Matthew, work at the Par-Tee Freeze and Abby is just starting to train. You’ll see Stacey there most in the daytime.

Todd is 41, married and lives with his wife Molly Lyons (childhood sweethearts since 2nd grade), and their 2 daughters Morgan and Jaye. Morgan too is just starting to train at Par-Tee Freeze. Molly is a teacher with the D-Y school system and Todd is a boat captain, guide and boat mechanic as well as doing most of the trouble shooting on the ice cream machines and pools at the mini golf course.

“So the torch is gradually being passed to a new generation. We have a great family, great employees, and a wonderfully happy business. We’ve loved every minute with all the young adults we’ve worked with and watched grow. Thank you, Cape Cod.”
– Steve & Sue

Jason “Jay” Fedele Memorial Scholarship Fund

This scholarship was established in memory of Jason “Jay” Fedele, who was killed in a car accident on his way home from work on December 1, 1989. In the tradition of his giving nature and hard working abilities, it is dedicated to those who work, as well as go to school, and who put “their all” into everything they do.


You can help us raise money for the scholarship by bringing a check made out to the Jason Fedele Memorial Scholarship Fund to any Cape Cod 5 location, or mail to: Cape Cod 5 1620 Falmouth Road, Centerville, MA 02632

Apply for the Scholarship

To sign up for the Jason Fedele Scholarship, please download and fill out the form, enclose a letter of recommendation from your employer, and return them to Steve & Sue’s.

Steve & Sue's

455 West Main Street,
Hyannis, MA 02601
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Steve & Sue’s Par-Tee Freeze

455 West Main Street,
Hyannis, MA 02601
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Open Daily
10am – 10pm