What’s the Scoop!?: Here’s Where You Can Celebrate National Ice Cream Day
Jul 12, 2018 04:00PM ● Published by Brian Saucedo
By Cate Reynolds
National Ice Cream Day is this Sunday, July 15th. Celebrate this UDDERLY amazing holiday by indulging in some of the best ice cream CONE to man at one of these legenDAIRY ice cream joints:
Annapolis Ice Cream Company
196 Main Street, Annapolis
1016 Annapolis Mall, Annapolis
Homemade every day with fresh ingredients, Annapolis Ice Cream rotates 36 delicious flavors daily. Their smooth and creamy ice cream, made with 17 percent butterfat, has been voted “Best of Annapolis” for 11 consecutive years! Some of their customers’ favorite flavors include Peanut Butter Oreo, Apple Pie, and Chocolate Brownie Batter. For more information, visit Annapolisicecream.com.
130 Dock Street, Annapolis
Storm Bros. has been serving up delicious ice cream in the heart of Annapolis for over 40 years. With its vintage ice cream parlor feel and dozens of delicious flavors to choose from, it’s no wonder why Storm Bros. has remained a local favorite. In addition to regular ice cream, Storm Bros. also offers shakes, malts, and soft serve. For more information, visit Stormbros.com.
1409 Forest Drive, Annapolis
160 Ritchie Highway, Severna Park
Bruster’s Real Ice Cream is made right in the store where it’s served using slow kettle processing. This homestyle method is what makes Bruster’s ice cream so delicious. In celebration of National Ice Cream month, Bruster’s has introduced two new flavors: Espresso Yourself, made with cold brew coffee ice cream, and Cookie Craze, made with blue vanilla ice cream and Oreo cookies. For more information, visit Brusters.com.
The Daily Scoop
3201 Mountain Road, Pasadena
Our What’s Up? readers love The Daily Scoop’s ice cream so much, they voted them “Best Of West County”. With a rotation of 145 seasonal flavors, 32 flavors offered daily, and all flavors made in-shop with fresh ingredients, it’s no wonder our readers are ~melting~ over this ice cream. For more information, visit Dailyscoopicecream.biz.
Justine’s Ice Cream Parlor
106 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels
Justine’s has been serving unique and tasty ice cream flavors for over 30 years. Though they stay true to their roots with classic ice cream parlor menu items, Justine’s also offers several out of the ordinary treats including pretzel and popcorn infused ice cream, beer infused mango sherbet, and a PB&J milkshake. For more information, visit Justinesicecream.com.
Scottish Highland Creamery
314 Tilghman Street, Oxford
Scottish Highland Creamery creates their ice cream on site using fresh ingredients, including Maryland-produced milk and cream and high-quality imported flavorings. Not only is the ice cream fresh, it’s also delicious. Our What’s Up? readers decided Scottish Highland Creamery is the “best of” Eastern Shore for ice cream and dessert. For a truly authentic Maryland treat, try their Old Bay Sorbet. For more information, visit Scottishhighlandcreamery.com.
JoJo’s Cupcakes and Cream
218 N. Washington Street, Easton
101 S. Talbot Street, St. Michaels
JoJo’s offers farm-fresh ice cream from Kilby Cream Dairy Farm in Rising Sun, Maryland. Made with fresh ingredients, minimal processing, and no hormones or antibiotics, Kilby’s ice cream has a delicious, creamy homemade taste. During the summer, JoJo’s offers 32 flavors of Kilby’s Ice Cream at both locations. For more information, visit Jojoscupcakesandcream.com.
Roll Ice Cream & Coffee
322 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore
Roll’s unique ice cream is made with liquid cream poured onto a cold surface, mixed with toppings, pressed flat, and rolled into tube shapes. This month, Roll is offering flavors such as Monkey Business, made with bananas and walnuts, and Prex Mix, made with pretzels and peanut butter chex mix. In addition to coffee, Roll also offers coffee from local roasters including the Eastern Shore’s own Rise Up Coffee Roasters. For more information, visit Rollbmore.com
8030-B Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring
After studying under renowned New York ice cream experts and a master gelato maker in Italy, Susan Soorenko perfected her own ice cream recipe and opened Moorenko’s. 15 years later, Moorenko’s is still making and serving rich, decadent, and delicious ice cream. Some of the flavors Moorenko’s offers include Fresh Ginger, Balsamic and Fig, Bittersweet Chocolate, and Salted Caramel with Pralines. For more information, visit Moorenkos.com.
Opie’s Soft Serve & Snowballs
1603 Edmonson Avenue, Catonsville
Opie’s began in 1984 as an 8 ft. x 8 ft. snowball stand. 35 years later, Opie’s continues to serve their famous snowballs and delicious soft-serve ice cream (in a much larger building!). Opie’s offers 28 snowball flavors, chocolate and vanilla soft serve ice cream, milkshakes, pies, ice cream sandwiches, and over 18 ice cream toppings. Their most popular ice cream combination is a classic vanilla cone with rainbow sprinkles. For more information, visit Opies.net.
Ice Cream Jubilee
301 Water Street SE, Washington, D.C.
1407 T Street NW, Washington, D.C.
Though certainly a favorite throughout D.C., Ice Cream Jubilee has also gained national attention and was named Best Ice Cream in America by Thrillist and Food & Wine magazine. With unique flavors that change seasonally, you’re guaranteed to find a flavor that pleases your taste buds. Ice Cream Jubilee’s newest flavors include Gin & Tonic sorbet, Blueberry Pie, and Nats Red Velvet—named after D.C.’s favorite baseball team. For more information, visit Icecreamjubilee.com.