Chicago, IL

Where to go for some unique ice cream treats in Chicago?

Sam Writes

In Chicago, summers are usually humid, sunny, and hot. You might have to keep an umbrella with you to avoid getting wet in the rain or to protect yourself from the sunlight. In the months of July and August, you can expect to sweat throughout the day if most of your time is spent outside.

As you all know, summer has arrived in Chicago and this is the right time to beat the heat with an ice cream treat. Well, so many options are available but the following ones are worth your time.

Shawn Michelle’s

They are open 7 days a week and offer one of the finest tastes of homemade ice cream. As a child, Yahya Muhammad was fond of new ice cream flavors. He did a lot of experiments with his favorite flavors and finally laid the foundation of Shawn Michelle's. They are committed to producing fresh and high-quality ice cream that is not only tasty but also healthy.

Address: 46 E 47th St, Chicago, IL 60653, United States

The Original Rainbow Cone

For ice cream treats, there are different options at the Original Rainbow Cone. You can order online, find a truck or visit a nearby shop with your family and friends. The Original Rainbow Cone is Chicago's tradition. You can order a cone in strawberry, chocolate, orange sherbet, or pistachio. Or else, you can choose something different from the menu. My favorites are donuts and cake rolls.

Address: 9233 S Western Avenue Chicago, Illinois, 60643

What is your favorite ice cream spot?

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