The United States is rife with delicious sweet shops. Here are some of the best to try this summer:
Here you can get ice cream made with local summer fruit flavors, including blood oranges. Of course, there's also your classic favorites like chocolate and vanilla.
Berry farms are all over the place near this delicious shop. That means flavors like fig and all things citrus. But the flavor that made the place so famous in the United States is its signature milk chocolate stout.
Just a small walk up stand with plenty of seating, this Denver ice cream shop rotates its flavors all the time, but one thing you won't want to miss is the 16th Street chocolate or the Mexican chocolate. You'll probably want to get them both.
The ingredients here are local and delightful. The cones are made with locally grown grain and the ice cream is made with milk from a nearby dairy farm. They also offer dairy free treats. Make sure you try the Door County cherry too, which makes this one of the best shops around.
New York is one of the best places in the United States to enjoy ice cream. If old school flavors are your thing, you'll find them all here. The place is known for its luscious strawberry flavor with fresh fruit mixed right in. Yum!
Homemade waffle cones are just one of the decadent treats here. There's also a full range of tasty flavors of ice cream to fill those cones with. And they offer a nice selection of pastries too.
Fountain shops inspire the favorites that fill the menu here in Creole country. The place even offers a unique and delicious Creole cream cheese ice cream you won't find anywhere else. There are also rotating flavors and favorites like banana splits too.
Salted caramel and black sesame are the signature flavors at this shop and you'll love them both. Everything is made from scratch, even the marshmallows in the Rocky Road ice cream.
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