The Can’t Miss Ice Cream Shops In Every State (N-W)
You've been waiting for it, and Part 2 of the best ice cream shops is here! Check out states N-W and head to your local creamery today!
"Vegan cinnamon, jalapeño cream cheese, and Japanese red bean are just a few of the unusual, yet delicious, flavors found at Ted & Wally's. The Omaha shop has been family owned and operated since the '80s."
"Nothing beats the Las Vegas heat like a custom-made ice cream from Ice Pan. Pick your ice cream base, pick your mix-ins, and watch the staff whip up a delicious creation right before your eyes."
"King Kone is a family favorite among residents of Merrimack. It's known for its sky-high soft-serve cones in your standard flavors as well as ones such as cake batter, lemon lush, and peanut butter."
"Torico's is THE destination for ice cream in Jersey City. The shop uses its ice cream flavors to reflect the founder's love of the tropical tastes of Puerto Rico."
"Fans of Taos Cow, in Arroyo Seco, go nuts for the shop's Holstein sunset flavor, which features a strawberry ice cream base with three kinds of chocolate chunks — white, milk, and dark — swirled in."
"Ample Hills is Brooklyn's premier ice creamery. With three locations in the borough, Ample Hills is known for fun flavors such as ooey gooey butter cake, chocolate milk and cookies, and the ever popular salted crack caramel."
"The Parlour started by selling its ice cream out of a converted school bus, which could be spotted all over the Triangle in Durham. Now The Parlour is a full-fledged brick-and-mortar business, selling the same high-quality ice cream with its feet firmly planted on the ground."
"The ice cream at Cold Stone Creamery in Bismarck is made fresh in-store daily on a granite stone (hence the name). Choose from signature favorites such as the birthday cake remix or the Oreo overload, or order what you want from scratch."
"Mitchells Homemade Ice Cream World Headquarters: a powerful name for a powerfully good ice cream shop. Cleveland flocks to Mitchells for milkshakes, cups, and cones of delicious frozen treats."
"Collinsville's Scoops & Grinds has the best 'Iced and steamed coffees and creams' in the state. Hand-dipped cones in a variety of flavors, from blueberry muffin to Christmas mint to caramel apple pecan, satisfy all who walk through the door."
"Salt & Straw is at the forefront of the 'farm-to-cone' revolution. The small Portland-originating chain believes in fresh and local ingredients in gourmet combos, such as dandelion sorbet with spring flowers and wildflower honey with ricotta walnut lace cookies."
"The Franklin Fountain brings back the authentic soda fountains of old-school Philadelphia. Folks from all over Philly come for sundaes, splits, cups, and cones at the beloved shop."
"Brickley's Ice Cream makes all of its ice cream — more than 50 classic flavors — in-state. With locations in Narrangansett and Wakefield, Brickley's is a summer hot spot to cool down."
"Hilton Head Ice Cream was the first 'micro-creamery' in the low country of Hilton Head Island. For the early '80s, when the shop opened, the flavors were revolutionary, and included Girl Scout cookie, mocha pecan, and bananas foster — and toppings are free."
"The quaint Armadillos Ice Cream Shoppe is a perfect fit for the ice cream lovers of Rapid City. With a different specialty flavor every day, in addition to ice cream sundaes and splits, Armadillos is a great place for an afternoon treat."
"Bobbie's Dairy Dip in Nashville is king when it comes to the hand-dipped soft-serve cones. Try yours dipped in chocolate or a daily flavor, which in the past has included blue raspberry and peanut butter."
"Texas' famous Amy's Ice Creams, which originated in Austin, now has locations in Houston and San Antonio. Amy's has seven standard flavors and a roster of literally dozens of odd and unique flavors to pick from."
"The best ice cream in Utah actually comes from BYU Creamery in Provo — yes, it's part of Brigham Young University, but it's not just limited to students. The shop, with multiple locations across campus, sells its ice cream in small cup, quart, half-gallon, and three-gallon batches."
"No ice cream place says 'Vermont' more than Ben & Jerry's in Burlington. Take a factory tour and wind down with a scoop of one of Ben & Jerry's revolutionary flavors including Chunky Monkey, Cherry Garcia, or Phish Food."
"Locals say the wait at Fredericksburg's own Carl's Ice Cream is worth it, no matter how long the line is. Try the unique maplenut sundae, perfect for spring, summer, fall, winter, and whenever."
"Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream supports its community with more than just ice cream. The Seattle-based shop makes its interesting flavors such as balsamic strawberry and earl grey with local, hormone-free milk, and it frequently donates proceeds to local nonprofits."
"Ice Cream Jubilee has the fun name to match the shop itself. Fresh, seasonal flavors such as blueberry pie, caramel popcorn, and marionberry make their debuts among classics including chocolate hazelnut and fluffer nutter."
"Dairy Creme Corner, in Fairmont, is known for the avalanche — an ice cream-and-topping-blended treat that folks say is better than the blizzard at Dairy Queen."
"The family-friendly town of Stevens Point is best known for Belts' Soft Serve, which makes its own ice cream flurries. Try them in peanut butter cup, bananas foster, or with seasonal fruits for a delicious cooldown."
"Jackson is a prime destination for snow and ice — including ice cream. Moo's Gourmet Ice Cream is homemade and served in generous portions. On the side, and unrelatedly, the store also sells paintball guns."
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