10 Ice Cream Shops You Must Try in Brooklyn
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115 Montague St
Handcrafted gelato and sorbetto made from all-natural, award-winning milk from the Hudson Valley and fresh ingredients. All flavors are made in small batches right in the store. Flavors of ice cream change seasonally.
305 Van Brunt St
A tiny shop where you can taste eight staple ice cream flavors, plus a few seasonal options offered by the first ice cream subscription service, pick up a pint, meet the chefs and team behind it, and learn more about their small-batch production process.
204 Sackett St (Henry & Hicks St)
When you want fast and easy, Lady Moo-Moo has a small walk-up window that serves gourmet ice cream and sorbet made on premises.
365 Chauncey St. (btwn Howard & Ralph Ave.)
For something on the fancier side, an upscale ice cream parlor that serves nine flavors made with premium, certified organic dairy and high-quality, fresh ingredients.
186 Underhill Ave
House in a 1920s apothecary store, this charming ice cream parlor serves delicious old-fashioned frozen treats, like ice cream floats, milkshakes, specialty sundaes, and ice cream sandwiches. They also serve a selection of savory food.
513 Henry St, Brooklyn