When it comes to ice-cream, there are two types of people: the ones who stick to the classics (soft serve vanilla in a simple twist cone) and the ones who like to adventure (load that unicorn cone up with sprinkles).
Fortunately, Tampa Bay’s ice cream parlors cater to both. Here are a few of our bikeable favorites to visit this summer.
Urban Creamery – 689 Central Ave, St. Pete
Homemade ice cream, dessert waffles, milkshakes and sundaes galore, URBAN Creamery is the dessert arm of the URBAN family in Downtown St. Petersburg. Everything is made on-site, from scratch and guaranteed delicious.
Dairy Inn – 1201 Dr M.L.K. Jr St N, St. Pete
A Burg classic, Dairy Inn on MLK has been in business since 1947. The menu is posted below the window, where loyal patrons place their orders, and has flavors, toppings and sprinkles for every fancy (plus over 150 milkshake flavors).
IceBurg – 449 Central Ave, St. Pete
New kid on the block, IceBurg opened this year, offering self-serve frozen yogurt and a seemingly endless array of toppings, as well as more unusual spur-of-the-moment creations like ice cream tacos, unicorn cones and rolled cotton candy ice cream.
Snobachi – 2206 E 7th Ave, Tampa
Snobachi Handcrafted Ice Cream in Ybor City specializes in hand-rolled ice cream and dragon’s breath – the process of cutting up doughnuts, brownie bites, marshmallows or swiss rolls, sticking them on a toothpick and dipping them into nitrogen to make them freeze instantly.
The Hyppo – 702 S Village Cir, Tampa
If you’re craving something on the lighter side, The Hyppo creates handmade gourmet ice-pops. You’ll find refreshing and unusual flavors like cucumber lemon mint and melon and cracked pepper, all made with seasonal fruits and herbs.
All locations are within easy biking distance of our hubs. Hop on a bike and indulge.