10 Tasty Ice Creams to Cool You Downtown
Enjoying a cone or cup of excellent ice cream is an appropriate decision for any day, especially when perusing Lower Manhattan’s streets in June. It is a proper vibe, whether you’re celebrating Pride Month or braving the scorching heat waves. Here’s our list of cool dessert shops around the neighborhood.
Big Gay Ice Cream (207 Front Street)
Take home a pint if you’d rather savor from your living room with the curtains drawn and A/C on max.
Eataly Downtown (4 World Trade Center)
Smooth and flavorful gelato and sorbet is conveniently next to Eataly Downtown’s coffee bar.
Five Guys (80 Maiden Lane)
Simple yet effective milkshakes are perfect solo or alongside that signature burger and fries.
Van Leeuwen (224 Front Street)
Classic flavors with a twist and vegan options galore.
Häagen-Dazs (200 Broadway)
When they’re out of your favorite flavor at the grocery store and you just want something nostalgic.
L’arte del Gelato (185 Greenwich Street, Oculus main floor)
Sicilian-style gelato to relish while admiring the Oculus’ architecture or walking through.
Mister Dips (Pier 17)
Sleek burger joint offers soft-serve that comes in dipped, seasonal flavors and even boozy varieties.
Red Mango (111 Fulton Street)
A reliable local haunt, serving up juicy fruit smoothies and frozen yogurt.
Scoops and Snacks (26 Cedar Street)
Traditional ice cream parlor features rotating flavors and gluten-free options.
Shake Shack (200 Broadway, upstairs at Fulton Subway Station)
When traditional milkshakes are too basic, get the flavor of the week and enjoy.Tags: ice cream