Decadent Desserts

Beat the heat with cookie-dough pops, rolled ice cream, and other epic sweet treats.

Celebrate Labor Day with a tasty treat from some of the city’s newest ice cream shops. Consider this your summer bucket list:

Head to TWO SCOOPS CREAMERY for delicious homemade ice cream. Enjoy the classic cones or try one of the shop’s original flavors, such as Smurf Marshmallow, Midnight Snacker, or Not Your Mama’s Pumpkin Pie. Original location at 913 Central Ave. New lake location at 807 Williamson Road in Mooresville.

 


The city’s first Hibachi-style rolled ice cream kiosk, NOM NOM opened inside SouthPark Mall in June. The popular dessert is made by flattening the ice cream on a frozen slab and then scraping it off to form a roll. Find the kiosk in the West Plaza Wing of SouthPark Mall, near Victoria’s Secret and Fabletics.
Located at 4400 Sharon Road.

Ninety’s Ice Cream & Sandwiches, which opened in University City in June, has Charlotte abuzz with its innovative treats—from macaron ice cream sandwiches to cookie-dough pops, decadent milkshakes to Yum-EE Buns that combine doughnuts and ice cream to create a whole new dessert experience. Try the Gimme S’Mores Yum-EE Bun (left), with chocolate ice cream, marshmallows, and graham cracker crumble chocolate syrup. Located at 9009 J M Keynes Drive, Suite 4. facebook.com/ninetysicecream

NINETY’S ICE CREAM & SANDWICHES, which opened in University City in June, has Charlotte abuzz with its innovative treats—from macaron ice cream sandwiches to cookie-dough pops, decadent milkshakes to Yum-EE Buns that combine doughnuts and ice cream to create a whole new dessert experience. Try the Gimme S’Mores Yum-EE Bun, with chocolate ice cream, marshmallows, and graham cracker crumble chocolate syrup.

Located at 9009 J M Keynes Drive, Suite 4.

Photo credits (in order of appearance): Photo courtesy of Ninety’s Ice Cream & Sandwiches, Cody Hughes (Two Scoops); Andre Santana with Santana Digital (Nom Nom);  photos courtesy of Ninety’s Ice Cream & Sandwiches

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