3 Places To Eat Ice Cream

If you are melting this Summer, stop by these local ice cream shops for a cool treat.

Happy Cones | 3 Places To Eat Ice Cream | Places | Denver Life Magazine
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1Happy Cones

No passport is required to taste this wickedly delicious, one-of-a-kind New Zealand-style ice cream. Options are limited to four classic flavors and two rotating ones to keep it fresh, just like their ingredients: ⅓ real fruit and ⅔ homemade ice cream. If you don’t scream for ice cream, vegan gelato is also available. Find Happy Cones in Edgewater Public Market and the Golden Mill.

High Point Creamery | 3 Places To Eat Ice Cream | Places | Denver Life Magazine
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2High Point Creamery

There are flights you can catch and flights you can drink but have you tried a flight you can eat? Now, you never have to choose between all the amazing ice cream flavors again. Try High Point Creamery‘s Tin Cup Whiskey & Pistachio Brittle, Earl Grey & Shortbread or Basil with Blackberry Swirl. And don’t forget to top it off with their homemade caramel or fudge sauce.

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3Sweet Action

Denver-based and locally sourced, Sweet Action is the best spot in town for vegan and dairy ice cream. Pop into their Broadway, Uptown, Wash Park or Jeff Park location for a sweet treat and choose from the wide range of flavors available that will instantly cool you off. Their best selling ice cream flavors are also available by the pint at Whole Foods and Natural Grocers.