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Three Recommended Ice Cream Shops in Cleveland

Angela Kervorkian-Wattle

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Cleveland, OH - Need something cool and sweet to cool off during this summer weather? Here are three recommended ice-cream parlors to visit.

1. Mitchell's Homemade Ice-cream

Each batch of ice cream is produced in their very own Ohio City Kitchen. Some of the menus available include Turtle Sundae, Peanut Butter Fudge, Root Beer Float, Rocky Mountain, and many more. Not only do you get single flavored ice cream, but you get the whole package with extra toppings including Caramel, Peanut Butter Sauce, and Chocolate Sauce.

They also take orders online so visit their website at mitchellshomemade.com or call (216) 861-2799. They are located at 1867 W. 25th St. Cleveland, ON 44113.

2. Mason's Creamy

Located at 4401 Bridge Ave Cleveland, OH 44113, Mason's Creamy offers locally made ice cream from scratch. Apart from that, they also serve vegan ice-creams and sorbets. They pride themselves in not using additives, mixes, artificial dyes and always provide vegan options to those who want to have a taste.

Thou they do not have an official parlor, they are stationed at farmer's market and food truck locations. They also provide services for private parties, catering, and wholesale. Check out their website at mansoncreamery.com or give a call at (216) 762-1095.

3. Brayson's Ice Cream Parlor

This parlor specializes in Ice-cream and frozen yogurt and offers a variety of flavors with unique names including Parma Pothole, Banana Foster, Playdough, Cookie Monster, Superman, Lake Erie Salt Mine, and many more.

This parlor is located at 5840 Ridge Rd Parma, OH 44129. Thou they do not have an official website, you can call at (440) 865-6507.

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