Who doesn't love dessert? Not me! So I wanted to share with you three amazing places to pick up some delicious desserts right here in Cuyahoga Falls. Here we go.
Located right on Front Street in Downtown Cuyahoga Falls, Pav's Creamery offers freshly made custard, homemade hard ice cream, yogurts and sorbets. All of which are made on site daily with more than 30 delightful flavor options and combinations. With flavors such as banana cream pie, birthday cake, death by peanut butter and nutella smores, you simply can't go wrong at Pav's. There are also Drumstick packs, ice cream sandwich packs, Kustard Kakes and more. If you haven't been, you simply need to try Pav's Creamery.
This local ice cream parlor is fantastic! The cookie dough ice cream is a favorite of mine. Longer lines in the summertime, but we'll worth the wait. It is seasonal, so it's closed during the colder months. Leads to great anticipation for spring! Shaun M
You can visit Pav's Creamery's website here.
Back in 1945, Alice Handel started serving ice cream out of her husband's gas station in Youngstown, Ohio. The first batches she created were from old fashioned recipes using fresh fruit she picked from her own backyard. Since then, Handel’s has grown to include locations in eight states including Ohio, Oregon, California and more. You can pick up hand-packed quarts and pints from over 50 delicious flavors of our homemade ice cream. If you'd like something different, try Handel Pops. This treat features a generous scoop of Handel’s homemade ice cream covered in our rich, dark, gourmet chocolate served on a stick. Handel’s serves four flavors on their Handel Pops at all times: vanilla, chocolate, mint chocolate chip and a special flavor of the month.
Everything these folks make is outstanding and super yummy. you need to be sure you are ready to burn off the calories... but it is worth it!! Right across the street from Cinemark and good food. Enjoy! Joe Picker
I'm including a mexican/cuban restaurant on htis list. Why? Because Crave has several incredible dessert options you need to consider. First is this amazing dessert called Budin. It is a Puerto Rican bread pudding, caramel rum plantains, shaved chocolate, and chantilly cream. It costs seven dollars and it is absolutely like heaven on Earth. Crave also has a waffle cone choco taco which is comprised of toffee ice cream with caramel cups, Mexican chocolate, toasted coconut, and peanuts. It's delicious too, but if I'm totally honest, the real winner here is the Budin. It's worth the trip downtown just to try it.
Went to Crave for the 1st time on a Tuesday night. The atmosphere is nice. Pretty and interesting light fixtures. Clean. There were like 3 other couples there, so social distancing was not a problem. The server was super nice and attentive. All the appetizers looked so good we just ordered like 5 instead of entrees. We had steak skewers, crab cakes, goat cheese dip, wedge salad, pierogies. It was all delicious. We are from out of town, but if I lived here we would go back. Happywhilewaitng76
Here is the website for Crave.
So those are the three best desserts to try here in Cuyahoga Falls. Have you had any of these desserts or do you recommend something else? Let me know in the comments. Thanks!