Ice Cream Near Me

Ice Cream Near Me.

Find Ice Cream shops near your location, by browsing the map below.

Learn about the Ice Cream business in America, and find phone numbers, addresses and opening hours of the nearest ice cream parlors in your neighbourhood.

Click on a location on the map to reveal the business hours, addresses and phone numbers of the ice cream shops in your city. Your Gps function in your mobile device must be turned on for this function to work on cell phones.

We have also added a list of the best Ice Cream shops in America at the bottom of the page.

Ice Cream Shops in America.

The average American consumes almost 22 pounds of ice cream per year. American ice cream companies made more than 872 million gallons of ice cream in 2014.

The first ice cream parlor can be traced back to France in the 17th century. In 1686, Francesco Procopio del Coltelli opened Paris’ first café. This cafe, the Café Procope, offered gelato to the French public.

In the early 1800s, ice cream shops or cafes started popping up in Philadelphia, United States. These sold both Ice Cream, Syrups and Cakes. The first ice cream parlor focused solely on ice cream opened in New York, United States in 1790.

The largest ice cream shop chains in America are: Baskin-Robbins, Ben & Jerry’s, Bruster’s Ice Cream, Carvel, Cold Stone Creamery, Dairy Queen, Dippin’ Dots, Friendly’s, Häagen-Dazs and MaggieMoo’s Ice Cream and Treatery.

The most popular flavors old in America are: (listed by most popular with Chocolate, at first place.)

  • Chocolate.
  • Cookies and Cream.
  • Vanilla.
  • Cookie Dough.
  • Mint Chocolate Chip.
  • Strawberry.
  • Butter Pecan.
  • RockyRoad.
  • Coffee.

Find Ice Cream Places Near You – Use The Map.

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Top 10 Ice Cream Shops in America.

Summer is around the corner and its time to raid the local ice cream parlors. If you are lucky enough to live near one of the ice cream shops listed below, then you really should stop by, at least once. The list is based on user ratings.

10. Brown Dog Ice Cream

Cape Charles, Virginia.

9. Woodside Farm Creamery

Hockessin, Delaware
Try the bacon-flavored ice cream.

8. Brickley’s Ice Cream

Narragansett, Rhode Island

The shop offers over 45 different flavors of ice cream and sorbet.

7. Martha’s Dandee Crème

Queensbury, New York

Originally a 100-acre chicken farm, this ice cream shop is still family owned.

6. Island Creamery

Chincoteague Island, Virginia.

Flavors include bourbon-caramel crunch — a vanilla ice cream base with a hint of Virginia Gentlemen Bourbon.

5. Scottish Highland Creamery

Oxford, Maryland

Family-owned Italian ice cream parlor, still uses ingredients imported from Italy, including tiramisu, and mascarpone.

4. McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams

Santa Barbara, California

This ice cream shop has been open for almost 70 years.

3. Dietsch Brothers Inc.

Findlay, Ohio

The shop serves seasonal ice cream and sugar-free options, including lime sherbet, toffee caramel crunch, moose tracks and plain vanilla.

2. Bellvale Farms Creamery

Warwick, New York

This ice cream place is only from April through October, and features 50 homemade ice cream flavors served in a cup or a homemade waffle cone, including the “Black Dirt Blast”.

1. Harborwalk Scoops and Bites Ice Cream

Punta Gorda, Florida

Offers 22 homemade flavors, including rum-raisin & Kit-Kat crunch, plus banana splits, and Brazilian coffee.

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