Rocky Road Ice Cream Was Invented Here In Northern California And You Can Grab One From Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream At Pier 39
“I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!” We’ve all heard and probably sung this since we were kids, and the song never goes out of style. And let’s face it, ice cream will never go out of style either. Speaking of classics, did you know that the iconic Rocky Road ice cream flavor was invented in Northern California? Ready your taste buds as we traverse along a little journey with its inventor – Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream.
Taking a page from the U.S. postal service saying: “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night…” can keep people away from a grand scoop of Rocky Road ice cream!
Have you enjoyed a delicious scoop (or three) of Rocky Road ice cream at Pier 39 or at any other Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream locations in the Bay Area? If so, we’d love to see your photos!
If you’re looking for other Bay Area ice cream adventures, be sure to check out The Ice Cream Bar.
Address: Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream, Pier 39, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA
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For over 25 years Lysa Allman-Baldwin has fed her wanderlust for “everything the world has to offer” by passionately writing travel and feature articles for numerous global print and online publications. A Digital Nomad, Lysa is also a professional speaker, workshop facilitator, and author.