I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM.

1. Helwayat Al Salam (Hanna Mitri)

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This charming family-run ice cream parlor has been around for three generations and over 50 years, and it makes the absolute best ice cream in town. Some of the flavors are seasonal, like strawberry and amareddine, and they run out quick.

Our favorite flavors: Croquant: delicious creamy ice cream with almond brittle, Rose-water

2. Oslo

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This tiny but mighty bakery specializes in its house-made ice cream as well as its cookies, and cakes.

Our favorite flavors: Rose Loukoum, Pomegranate, Coffee Crunch

3. Fleuron

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An innovative and gourmet take on ice cream, Fleuron offers ice cream that looks too pretty to eat, and tastes too good for words. They have clay bowls filled with achta ice cream and crushed pistachios, gateau glacé loukoum, a rose essence ice cream cake, and hallowed out lemons filled with fresh lemony sorbet.

Our favorite flavors: Ashta Buche Glacée, orange/lemon sorbet

4. Orso Bianco

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A small parlor with big flavors! There are so many options here, from their chocolate and nut dipped popsicles to their delicious ice cream wafer sandwiches. The flavors are bright, fresh, and unique.

Our favorite flavors: Chocolate Whiskey, Salted Caramel

5. Helado

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On a not-so-busy day, you could be waiting up to twenty minutes for a serving of Helado’s delicious creations. They have boozy ice cream on the weekends. Yes, booze and ice cream, do we need to say more?

Our favorite flavors: Passion Fruit, Ricotta and Corn Flakes, Lotus Biscuits

6. Magnolia Bakery

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The only thing better than ice cream is cake and ice cream combined. It’s delicious, easy to eat, and baked to perfection.

Flavors to try: Red Velvet Ice Cream Whoopie

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