D.C. September 02, 2017
These 8 Places In DC Serve The Most Mouthwatering Ice Cream Sandwiches
While it may technically be the end of summer, there’s still some humidity left in DC’s forecast. Which means, it’s still a perfect time to indulge in the delicious ice cream sandwiches around the DC area. We found the 8 places that serve the best ice cream sandwiches so you can grab one before the summer heat ends!
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life. While we continue to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, please take proper precautions or add them to your bucket list to see at a later date. If you know of a local business that could use some extra support during these times, please nominate them here:
1. Captain Cookie and the Milkman
Captain Cookie and the Milkman serves just about every type of ice cream sandwich you could imagine. Mix and match flavors like Nutella cookies or black cherry ice cream. The sky is the limit and the food is delicious! Catch their food truck around DC or visit their store at 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
Bakeshop is a quick drive or Metro ride into Arlington and, trust us, their ice cream sandwiches are worth the drive! The serve a different flavor of Trickling Springs ice cream in freshly baked, made from scratch cookies or even macarons.1025 N Fillmore St Ste G, Arlington, VA 22201
3. Bub and Pops
Bub and Pops is a charming sandwich shop in DuPont. Not only do they make a delicious hoagie, but they also make sweet-tasting sandwiches too. Don’t miss their ice cream sandwiches. You have your choice of oatmeal, walnut or chocolate chip cookie with vanilla bean ice cream. 1815 M St NW, Washington DC 20036
4. Baked and Wired
At this point, we hope you’ve visited Baked and Wired for their cupcakes because they are some of the best in the city. But you won’t want to miss out on their home made ice cream cookie sandwiches. They rate their flavors available so be sure to ask every time you visit what their flavors are! 10152 Thomas Jefferson St NW
5. Uprising Muffin Company
If cookies are not your favorite, then you might want to try Uprising Muffin Company’s Upwich! It’s a scoop of vanilla ice cream squeezed between two chocolate chip muffin tops! 1817 7th St NW
6. Pop’s SeaBar
The nautical-themed Pop’s SeaBar has it’s own twist on the ice cream sandwich featuring waffles! They smother vanilla bean ice cream and chocolate syrup between two thick Belgian style waffles and top it with sprinkles. 1817 Columbia Road NW
7. Goodie’s Frozen Custard and Treats
Goodie’s is a much beloved food truck serving up all types of tasty treats including their famous donutwich. It’s a heaping scoop of delicious vanilla custard between two doughnuts and topped with a complementary sauce. Try the maple bacon!
8. Milk Cult
Milk Cult ice cream sandwiches can be found at different places around town including Glen’s Garden Market, Union Kitchen Grocery and Kramerbooks Café. They are made from scratch and serve unique flavors like the milk and honey corner flake sandwich.
And if you love ice cream without the sandwiches, you can find great sundaes
at these ice cream shops around DC.