Pennsylvania’s best ice cream parlors

Philadelphia, PA – A few places in Pennsylvania are the best for ice cream. There’s the Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia, while you can find Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream in Pittsburgh. You should also visit the Penn State Berkey Creamery in University Park.

The Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia

A visit to the Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania will allow you to experience the flavor of early 20th century America. This soda fountain is an authentic reproduction of an actual soda fountain, which was made in 1904. You can order ice cream and soda made with its original bronze and onyx fountain recipe. Staff are dressed in period clothing, and decor includes marble countertops, tiled floors, and ornate tin ceilings. The Franklin Fountain also offers artisanal ice cream made with fresh, local ingredients. Their ice cream contains local milk and cream, fruits, nuts and chocolate. They also sell honey which is harvested from the rooftop of the shop. You can choose from different flavors like vanilla bean, mint chocolate chip, green tea, maple nut, cotton candy and many more.

Bassett’s Ice Cream in Philadelphia

Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Bassett’s Ice Cream offers over 40 flavors of ice cream served in cups, cones and containers. You can choose from different toppings to make your ice cream the way you like it. There are also dozens of different flavors of shakes to choose from. Bassett’s Ice Cream Company opened in 1861. Today, this Philadelphia-based company is still owned by the founder’s great-grandson. In addition to offering classic vanilla scoops, the company offers a rotating selection of specialty flavors and nostalgic favorites. Their products are sold throughout the city and are distributed internationally, including China, South Korea, and Taiwan. For dessert, try the Somerset Split, which combines three scoops of Bassett’s ice cream with chunks of pound cake from the Port Richmond bakery.

Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream in Pittsburgh

Millie’s Homemade Ice Cream is a popular place for ice cream lovers to get a quick fix in Pittsburgh. The business opened less than three months ago, but already has 45 Yelp reviews and a 4.5-star rating. The name comes from the owner’s grandmother, Millie. The interior of the ice cream shop features a portrait of her.

Penn State Berkey Creamery at University Park

Visit the University’s historic creamery, which dates back to 1889. This facility makes ice cream and sorbets for students and the public. The creamery is located in the University Park area. The dairy is open to the public and admission is free. The creamery serves ice cream, sorbets and cheese. It is part of the College of Agricultural Sciences and the Department of Food Science and is the largest university creamery in the United States. The creamery uses over 4.5 million pounds of milk per year and produces over 200,000 pounds of cheese and ice cream products per year. Moovit can also provide you with the exact time and fare for your train or bus, so you don’t have to worry about getting lost.

Penn State Berkey Creamery began researching dairy products in 1865, and the scientific process they use today allows them to produce delicious ice cream and gooey cheese. They have produced a variety of exciting flavors which are now available to the public. They also offer a short ice cream course and host industry professionals. You can also bring your dog to enjoy the ice cream. It is open Monday to Thursday from 10 a.m. and closes at noon on Friday.

Jimmy’s Ice Cream in Stroudsburg

Located at 1946 West Main Street in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, Jimmy’s Ice Cream is a popular spot for ice cream lovers. There is a wide choice of flavors and the prices are reasonable. The place is also a great place to take the kids. Chuck and Laurel, the owners, run a family business. The original Jimmy’s Ice Cream was opened in the Pocono Mountains. The owners inherited the recipe from their father, Jimmy Senior. They first sold ice cream in Stroudsburg, but quickly expanded to East Stroudsburg and Tannersville. Due to the old charm of the Gabel’s location, Jimmy kept the name and remodeled it. This allows customers to watch the ice cream being made.

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