Ice Cream Hotspots in Toronto

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Ice cream is the perfect summertime treat, whether you long for nostalgic scoops or cutting-edge in a cone. This summer, enjoy a frozen treat from Toronto, including premium soft serve, gelato, and conventional ice cream in flavours inspired by the weather. Toronto, home to many cult favourites, has recently opened several new ice cream shops. When just a refreshing treat would do, you never have to go far because so many creamy delicacies are available, including vegan choices.

Ice Cream Toronto

Get the most outstanding ice creams Toronto offers for a season of sweet respite. Find your favourite by experimenting with different flavours, indulging in imaginative nibbles, and ordering a cup, a bubble waffle cone, or a cookie sandwich. Be forewarned; it is practically difficult to compare one delicious, drippy, cooling treat to another.

In no particular order, here are some of the top ice cream shops in Toronto to sate your sweet tooth.

NADÈGE ICE CREAM & SORBET SHOP

On a hot day, there’s nothing better than a chilly treat, and Toronto’s Nadège ice cream and sorbet business is offering up its famous cones all year long. The chefs at Nadège in Toronto create their artisanal French ice cream and sorbet daily using fresh ingredients. The menu offers a range of flavours you may get by the scoop, in a bar, or a cone topped with flavour-specific little macarons.

NADÈGE ICE CREAM & SORBET SHOP

Where: 780 Queen St W
When: Friday-Saturday 2pm – 8pm, Sunday 2pm – 7pm

S’CREAM ICE CREAM – YORKVILLE

This location will make you scream (pun intended) with excitement. The Yorkville establishment offers a fantastic selection of extraordinary summer flavours in addition to ice cream drinks. Take a seat outside and enjoy these alcoholic concoctions. Have trouble deciding which flavour to try? Order a flight that includes 4 little samplers! Yum!

S’CREAM ICE CREAM

Where: 126 Cumberland St
When: Sunday – Saturday 11:30am – 9:30pm

DUTCH DREAMS

What dreams are made of is Dutch Dreams. The well-liked Toronto restaurant is well-known for its ice cream masterpieces with copious amounts of toppings. You may find unique selections here, such as the ice cream flavours “Unicorn,” “6ix Buzz,” and “Drake’s Chocolate Peanut Butter.” Additional wacky toppings include cookies, cotton candy, and more.

DUTCH DREAMS

Where: 36 Vaughan Rd
When: Mon: Closed, Tue-Fri: 5pm – 11pm, Sat-Sun: 3pm – 11pm

EVA’S ORIGINAL

Ever wished you could taste one of those renowned Toronto chimney cones? The place to locate them is Eva’s Original. A classic Hungarian meal, a chimney cake, is created from risen dough that is then cooked to perfection before being covered in organic cane sugar. How about that with some ice cream? There are no better ideas in our minds!

EVA’S ORIGINAL®Where: Find the nearest location here
When: Mon: Closed, Tue-Fri: 5pm – 11pm, Sat-Sun: 3pm – 11pm

BANG BANG ICE CREAM

Bang Bang is unique because of the unusual flavours it offers. The menu changes frequently and offers flavours like avocado, boba milk tea, ginger milk, and others. And there are also some vegan scoops, ice cream sandwiches, and freshly baked cookies!

bang bang ice cream

Where: 93A Ossington Ave
When: Mon: Closed, Tue-Fri: 5pm – 11pm, Sat-Sun: 3pm – 11pm

BUTTER BAKER

Just because it is beautiful, this location is included in this list. Stop for some of the prettiest cones if you’re ever in the area. Amazing French-style pastries and sandwiches are also available at this establishment, along with homemade ice cream and gelato produced with only natural ingredients.

Butter Baker
Where: 120 DUNDAS ST W
When: Mon – Fri: 8am – 9pm, Sat: 10am – 10pm, Sun: 10am – 7pm

However, there is this one store which deserves special mention.

RURU BAKED

At Bloor and Landsdown, a temporary pop-up shop has just been transformed into a long-term fixture. Yes, you got it right; we are talking about Ruru Baked. We assure you that you are in for a treat if you haven’t tasted this place’s delights.

As previously noted, Ruru Baked started as a mobile ice cream stand. They only serve them on weekends but have various flavours. There is a huge list of alternatives, but their honeycomb cereal milk, matcha + shortbread, and PB pretz have had to be some of the standouts.

Ruru Baked

Where: 659 LANSDOWNE AVENUE
When: Mon: Closed, Tue – Wed: 1–9pm, Thurs – Saturday: 1-10pm, Sun: 1-8pm

 



Author: Souradeep Mondal
Email: smondal218@gmail.com
About: Currently in Lambton College, studying Digital Marketing Management

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