INDIANAPOLIS – Summertime is the best season to find your perfect scoop of ice cream.
Indy’s shops have traditional flavors of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry, but some of the best get artistic and offer wild creations.
Here are some of the best places to grab ice cream in Indianapolis:
Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt | 427 Massachusetts Avenue
Get a scoop of customized ice cream created with liquid nitrogen. You’ll get to watch it come alive right before your eyes.
Huddles Frozen Yogurt | 1356 E. 86th Street
Good old fashion frozen yogurt is what you’ll find at Huddles. Choose from dozens of toppings like red velvet cake bites, brownie bits and assorted candies to add to your bowl.
Broad Ripple Ice Cream Station (BRICS) | 901 E. 64th Street
Get a real hand scooped cone, pint or quart of ice cream from BRICS. There are over 25 flavors and 18 toppings to choose from.
Traders Point Creamery | 9101 Moore Road
If you want to see where it all begins – Traders Point Creamery is your place to go. The Dairy Bar serves up homemade ice cream made with 100 percent organic milk and cream.
Chris’ Ice Cream |1405 E. 86th Street
Whether you’re in the mood for ice cream (and we hope you are) or Mexican food – you can find both at Chris’ Ice Cream. Choose from ice cream flavors like white Russian, rum raisin, coconut, guava and others.
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