Discover your favorite Denver ice cream parlor!
In our Mile High Cow Town, of course we have fantastic ice cream! These spots are particular gems. So take time this summer to enjoy your local, neighborhood ice cream shop.
Sweet Action’s ice cream is known for it’s creamy, thick and smooth texture. This shop gels with the creative Baker community by offering lots of fun flavors and artsy decor.
Nestled along the eclectic Colfax Avenue on Cheesman’s north boundary, Ice Cream Riot takes flavors to the next level! Try their popular Cheddar Goldfish or S’mores Pop Tart.
Eis Gelato is a mom-and-pop’s shop in Park Hill that prides themselves on homemade ice cream like the classic (chocolate chip) and creative flavors (peach ginger). Just remember to take cash (no credit cards).
Bonnie Brae is one of Denver’s iconic ice cream parlors. They continue to win awards like Westword’s Readers’ Choice for Best Ice Cream. If you’re ever by Wash Park this summer, then this is the stop to make!
A new addition to Highlands Square, Sweet Cow became an instant hit. Neighbors rave about their honey cakes ice cream (cinnamon ice cream with snickerdoodle cookie pieces).
Right next to Cheesman’s park, Liks is definitely a neighborhood favorite. Smooth but firm ice cream which can come in classic or crazy flavors. And they make sure there’s an appropriate ratio of cookie/candy/chocolate bits!
Little Man’s building (shaped like a gigantic milk can) has become the symbol of LoHi. No matter the time of year or weather, there always seems to be a line at this outdoor stand! While there menu is ever-changing, no matter what you try (French Toast, Mexican Chocolate, Salted Oreo and etc), it’ll make you want to return!