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    Top 5 Places to Get a Cone

    Whether it’s after a hike, visit after dinner, or spur-of-a-moment trip, cool off this summer with velvety and rich ice cream. These are some of the best shops to stop at around Colorado that will satisfy everyone’s ice cream craving. 



    This delicious ice cream spot isn’t just known for the fun flavors and exciting toppings that delight every child’s taste buds, but the atmosphere will bring every family back wanting more! At Imagirifik, there are prizes, play equipment, candy, video games, and more that will easily fill an entire afternoon with fun. Whether it’s a cotton candy ice cream topped with Fruity Pebbles, Lucky Charm Marshmallows, and Gummy Bears or the Sleepless espresso ice cream with nuts and Heath bar, everyone can create a cone that is perfect for them. 

    Imagirifik, Centennial.



    Rolled ice cream is becoming a popular dessert choice that turns traditional ice cream into a new and exciting concoction. At Milkit, pick your favorite flavor from the long list like Chai Tea, Chocolate, Java Chip, Mango, Mint Oreo, and top the rolled ice cream with Popping Pearls, jelly, fresh fruit, or loved chocolate bars to make a delicious treat. Milkit also offers Boba Tea and signature creations like Meet Your Matcha, Nutella Ooh Na Na, and Takes Two to Mango. 

    Milkit, Greenwood Village.


    Bonnie Brae

    Nothing can beat homemade ice cream from a family-owned shop like Bonnie Brae. The retro shop has several flavorful choices, from classics like chocolate, strawberry, and Rocky Road, to exciting mixtures like Tripe Death Chocolate, Amaretto Peach, and Sticky Fingers. The family shop offers 28 different flavors in addition to sherbet and sorbets.

    Bonnie Brae Ice Cream, Denver.


    Caffeinated Cow

    After a Colorado Springs adventure, swing by the cream parlor, Caffeinated Cow, for a sweet ice cream cone or a cup of coffee with a creamy aroma. Caffeinated Cow focuses on family, community, and locally-sourced ingredients to brighten everyone’s MOO-d. Along with the delicious treats, the parlor offers a fresh food menu like bagels, pastries, and sandwiches that are baked locally every day. Caffeinated Cow, Colorado Springs.


    MyKings IceCream

    For a colorful and rich scoop, head to MyKings IceCream, which welcomes every customer with tunes. There are 12 rotating flavors in addition to the six that are always available, like the Superman, Blue Moon, and Golden Oreo. If you don’t want a cone, no problem! The Mile High Floats, creamy milkshakes, ice cream cookies, and dessert nachos are great alternatives. MyKings IceCream, Denver.

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