Top 5 US Cities Ice Cream Lovers Should Visit
Who doesn’t love ice cream? A cup of this sweet, cold, and creamy dessert can brighten up even the bleakest of days. Just broke up? Eat an ice cream. Failed a test? Eat an ice cream. Having a generally uneventful day but feeling the slightest bit of boredom? Eat. An. Ice. Cream. Basically just eat a healthy serving of ice cream everyday.
If you feel the same about this dessert, then you should definitely visit these 5 U.S. cities that serve the most delectable ice cream flavors in the country!
Known for its art, music, hipster, and cafe scenes, it is no longer surprising to find some of the coolest ice cream shops in this city. Seattle is home to some highly inventive ice cream shops that offer a wide range of flavors. Whether you are looking for a cup of rich chocolate ice cream or a simple fruit popsicle, Seattle can definitely satisfy your cravings.
Must visit: Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream.
This shop offers flavors that mainly uses locally grown fruits.
If you’re looking for a place to socialize in Nashville, you have two choices: go to open mic night pubs, or visit some of the city’s hippest ice cream parlors. If you’re an ice-cream lover, I’m sure that you’ll choose the latter. Head over to East Nashville to witness some of the most cutting-edge ice cream shops.
Must visit: Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams
If the awesome flavors aren’t enough to entice you into visiting this shop, perhaps the large windows and airy atmosphere will.
Known for its culture, diversity, and creativity, Brooklyn has been one of my favorite cities to visit. The restaurants and cafes in this city are constantly finding ways to reinvent themselves to better cater the needs and wants of locals.
Must visit: Blue Marble Ice Cream
If you’re a fan of old-school ice cream flavors, check out the Blue Marble Ice Cream store. It was opened by two best friends Alexis and Jennie. They only use organic ingredients, from the milk to the flavorings, so indulge as much as you want.
Portland’s strikingly beautiful parks, residential areas, and flowery shrubs attracts countless tourists every year. Known for being the largest city in Oregon, it has been undergoing major improvements in the recent years. What used to be a practically hidden city now has coffee shops, bars, and food carts on every corner. Thanks to these changes, ice cream shops have also begun popping up in random areas around the city.
Must visit: Salt & Straw
This ice cream store is known for collaborating with some of the world’s most renown chefs which help create their wonderful flavors.
Most commonly known as a “foodie haven”, Providence is home to a lively art scene that adorns its naturally beautiful landscapes. The hip vibe is mainly due to the city’s large student population. On a weekend night, you will find young people lounging around at coffee shops, theatres, art houses, and ice cream parlors.
Must visit: Three Sisters Homemade Ice Cream
While this store also offers breakfast, lunch, and burgers + fries meals, they mainly focus on their homemade ice cream which, according to customers, is one of the best tasting (and not to mention healthy) ice cream they ever tasted. Oh, and if you’re allergic to gluten, this place is for you!