Austin's favorite dreamy cream with an attitude. Employees are known for their irreverent wit and outrageous serving routines.
Sinking a hot-pink plastic spoon into workhorse standards like French Vanilla, Rocky Road, and Rainbow Sherbet, will make your taste buds think it's 1972 again.
This new Mexican nevería, or ice cream parlor, does things the old-school way with all-natural products. If you want to make that paleta an esquimal ("eskimo," dipped in a luscious chocolate robe and sprinkled with nuts), that can be arranged in a heartbeat. Need a mango or tamarind raspa (snow cone)? No problem. They have four flavors of mangonadas (a frozen treat made with fresh fruit and juice, lime, salt, chile, and chamoy [an apricot spread with lime, chile, and pineapple vinegar]). There are also fruit cocktails with chile, banana splits, skewers of whole frozen strawberries coated in chocolate, and the list goes on.
Cool off with these East Coast treats of Italian ices and frozen custard, in ever-changing fresh flavors.
Upscale novelty milkshakes and ice cream cones.
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