Are you in the Wright County area looking for a way to cool off after a day out in the summertime heat? What better way to beat the heat than to enjoy a sweet, chilly treat? Consider stopping into one of the ice cream shops listed below to indulge in your favorite flavor of ice cream during those blistering hot summer days.
1. What’s the Scoop?
A family-owned business, located in both Buffalo and St. Michael, What’s the Scoop has forty flavors of delicious old fashion ice cream to choose from. From birthday cake to cookie monster, there’s a flavor to suit everyone’s taste buds. What makes this ice cream shop unique is a vending machine that sits just outside of the shop to provide ice cream for those after hour cravings. If you happen to be hungry for more than just ice cream, What’s the Scoop also has hotdogs, chili dogs, and Ruben dogs available. https://www.whatsthescoop.biz/
2. Amore Ice Cream Shoppe
Amore Ice Cream Shoppe can be found in Elk River and Buffalo. At this ice cream parlor, you can enjoy your ice cream in many different ways—by itself, served in a waffle bowl, on a cone, or in a homemade cookie bowl. You can have it as a shake, malt, or float; the options are endless. Not sure which flavor of ice cream to choose? Order a flight, which includes four scoops of your choice of flavor. Nondairy options such as Italian ice and soy-based treats are also available. https://amoreicecream.com/
3. Cold Stone Creamery
Cold Stone Creamery can be found in many locations outside of Wright County, but if you happen to be in Otsego, stop in at Cold Stone Creamery. They make their ice cream fresh from within the store. Enjoy one of what Cold Stone Creamery Calls Creations, be it a Signature Creation such as the Island Getaway which consists of chocolate ice cream, strawberries, banana and whipped topping, or create your own! Choose from a variety of flavors, for instance French vanilla, Pistachio, or chocolate-dipped strawberry and customize further by adding in your favorite mix-ins, like Oreo cookies, rainbow sprinkles, or chocolate chips. https://www.coldstonecreamery.com/