Did you know July 17th is National Ice Cream Day? Check out this @blogTO Top 30 List and Treat Yourself Today!

xxSummer is the time to enjoy the great Canadian outdoors – walks, visits to the many Toronto beaches, and enjoying some frozen treats in West Toronto!

We suggest that you satisfy those cravings with ice-cream. So check out this useful top 30 ice cream and gelato shops in Toronto by neighbourhood blog post. Here are the highlights in our neighbourhood:

DUNDAS WEST
Everything Scoop Shop offers is made in small batches from scratch and ice creams are no exception. Look forward to flavours not seen anywhere else including salted caramel brownie cheesecake and vegan cashew milk. They also sell ice cream sandwiches, affagatos, and sundaes in addition to cups and cones.

THE JUNCTION
Delight Chocolate creates all natural ice creams in small batches. Look forward to seasonal flavours like Ontario rhubarb, plus the signature Junction Junk Yard studded with crushed up chocolates and confections from around the shop.

PARKDALE
Find 16 flavours of gelati on display at Boreal Gelato as they cycle through a roster of 65 recipes. Standout flavours include candied bacon, root beer and dairy-free lemon-olive oil and sweet clementine. Single servings start at $3.40 for a single scoop.

RONCESVALLES VILLAGE
Ed’s Real Scoop is your best bet on Roncy where the shop offers an ever changing selection of ice creams, sorbets, and gelato. Skip the cone and opt for a cup if you plan on walking down to Sunnyside Beach to enjoy.

ST. CLAIR WEST
Move over Dutch Dreams because there’s a new kid on the block. Booyah stocks Kawartha dairy ice creams and pairs scoops with house-baked cookies and waffle cones.

 


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