PITTSBURGH — Ice cream is the perfect way to stay cool in the summer, so it seems fitting that July 18 is National Ice Cream Day.
Here’s a list of places in and around Pittsburgh to visit for a sweet, cool treat:
There are five locations in the area to enjoy this ice cream that’s so well-known, it can be shipped nationwide.
You’ll find ingredients here that come directly from Pennsylvania farms!
You can visit this Armstrong County shop most of the year, as it’s open for business from early in the spring until Christmas.
Have it there, or take it to go! You can find pints of this custard in some local grocery stores, it’s that good.
If you want old school, you want to go here.
This darling spot offers shakes and sundaes served at a counter that will take you back in time.
We know, we know: everyone thinks chocolate is all that’s done here!
But this Washington County location wants you to realize that it’s a chocolate showroom and an ice cream parlour.
This Pittsburgh staple is celebrating its 70th year in business.
Featured in national publications like the New York Times, you’ll want to try their famous sundae that features cookies from Nancy B’s Bakery in nearby Homestead.
Though it’s not technically ice cream, frozen custard is close enough ... right?
Soft serve, hard serve and frozen yogurt all await you here.
Choose from dozens of flavors!
Della’s Frozen Custard has been a staple since 1971. Choose from frozen custards, shakes, and pints of ice cream at its two locations in Natrona Heights and Arnold.
Choose from a number of frozen desserts including these Peanut Buttler Ice Cream Chippers.
Ice cream with chocolate peanut butter popcorn or chocolate caramel popcorn sounds delicious, right? Take your pick of soft serve cones, sundaes and other frozen desserts.
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