Cleveland May 24, 2018
9 Underrated Ice Cream Parlors Around Cleveland That Will Take Your Summer To A Whole New Level
Summer is here, and it’s the sweetest time of year in The Land. It’s also the best time to retreat into the shade to indulge in a bit of frozen deliciousness. Fortunately for locals, there is no shortage of sweet shops to check out!
1. Ice Cream Joy (15210 Madison Ave., Lakewood)
Looks like a delectable scoop, right? Would you have guessed it's a vegan treat? It's true! Artisan flavors are the specialty at Ice Cream Joy, and you never truly know what you'll find during each visit.
2. Sweet Moses (6800 Detroit Ave., Cleveland)
Once upon a time, neighborhood soda fountains were the place to be. You could socialize and kick back while digging into a delicious hand-crafted treat, but those days are long gone... right? Nope! Sweet Moses will take you back to that era with its retro furnishings and an impressive selection of handmade delicacies. You can find the full article on this super sweet retro escape
3. Falls Ice Cream (8094 Columbia Rd., Olmsted Falls)
Grand Pacific Junction is a gem in the historic district of Olmsted Falls, and this ice cream shop is its crown jewel. Here, classic and creative flawlessly combine to construct flavors that will wow your taste buds.
4. Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop (53 N Main St., Chagrin Falls)
It's not often that you get to walk into a shop that dates back to 1875, and it's even rarer to find such a charming site beside a suburban waterfall. Such is the case with this charming sweet shop. Go sightseeing in this gorgeous little village and then cool down with a cone from the Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop!
5. Tremont Scoops (2362 Professor Ave., Cleveland)
Two words that come to mind when one thinks of Tremont are "quaint" and "cute," and this incredible little ice cream parlor lives up to the neighborhood's reputation. Sweet treats that cater to vegan diets and allergies are in great quantity here but you'll also find delicious traditional flavors. As a fair warning, you may encounter as many as 24 flavors during your visit, so be prepared to make some hard decisions.
6. Honey Hut Ice Cream (Greater Cleveland)
Hidden all over Greater Cleveland are petite ice cream shops with charming outdoor patios. They blend in with their environment, but the flavors they serve up are worth making some noise about. Honey Hut Ice Cream is a Cleveland classic, and locals all over the area love indulging in this sweet treat. Orange Blossom is the best flavor to cool down, so be prepared to treat your taste buds!
7. Mason's Creamery (4401 Bridge Ave., Cleveland)
Indoors or out, the unique flavors from Mason's will leave you longing for more! This petite parlor is intimate and charming, and it is tucked away in the heart of the gorgeous Ohio City neighborhood.
8. Piccadilly Artisan Creamery (West Side Market, 1979 W 25th St.)
Locals love the West Side Market for its diversity, and ice cream is just one of many wonders awaiting shoppers. Piccadilly specializes in organic ice cream and yogurt, so your taste buds are sure to adore the flavors at this charming stand.
9. Malley's Chocolates (14822 Madison Ave., Lakewood)
Travel back in time at this iconic ice cream parlor! Though petite, this charming destination will truly take you to wonderland with incredible flavors and famous hot fudge. For the full story, click
There is so much to love in The Land, but our sweet shops are truly incredible. No matter if you’re downtown or in the ‘burbs, there is always a charming ice cream parlor awaiting your visit. Where do you like to cool down and snack on a sweet treat in the summer? Share your suggestions in the comments below!
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