Fenton's Creamery is an Oakland institution. It opened as a dairy on Howe Street in 1894 and later opened a restaurant and ice cream parlor in 1922. It claims to have invented Toasted Almond and Rocky Road ice cream flavors. In 1961 it moved one block away to Piedmont Avenue. There is always a line waiting to enter, regardless of the weather. The restaurant is well known for its crab sandwiches and all manner of ice cream sundaes. In the summer they open a special window for ice cream cones to go. Make mine a Mocha Almond Fudge. For more "F" photos, visit ABC Wednesday.