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Celebrate ice cream day with top 5 ice cream spots in New Orleans

Pierre St-Jean
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NEW ORLEANS, LA – National Ice Cream Day, the unofficial holiday celebrated on the third Sunday of July after an official proclamation by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, is coming around the corner. Celebrate National Ice Cream Day this July 18 with your favorite scoops of ice cream from these selected ice cream places.

1. Angelo Brocato Ice Cream

Angelo Brocato Ice Cream has been operating in New Orleans for over one hundred years. The recipe that they use now is still the original recipe from the founder, Angelo Brocato Sr. They are open from Tuesday to Sunday, starting from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. You can find this ice cream parlor at 214 N. Carrollton Ave.

2. Creole Creamery

Creole Creamery has several branches, spread from New Orleans, Metairie to Bay St. Louis. They have over 20 flavors of ice cream and also serve coffee and cake. The price starts from $5 for each scoop. Creole Creamery also provides catering for your special events.

3. Kilwins New Orleans

Kilwins officially invite you to grab a scoop of your favorite Kilwins original recipe ice cream, paired with a freshly-baked Waffle Cone, or take some home in a hand-packed quart. They also serve fresh candy and chocolate treats made right in the store.

4. Piccola Gelateria

Piccola Gelateria opened back in 2016. They feature both dairy and dairy-free gelato as well as dairy-free vegan sorbetto. They pride themselves on not utilizing artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, or emulsifiers in their products. Visit their store at 4525 Freret St Suite #103.

5. Drip Affogato Bar

Drip affogato bar specializes in affogato desserts. They offer unique pairings of ice cream and hot drinks. They also serve a small batch of homemade ice cream and fresh coffee. If you like ice cream, but also crave that bitter taste of coffee, visit them at 703 Carondelet St.

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