DC’s Best Ice Cream Spots

I know one thing’s for sure. We all scream for ice cream. Check out the list of DC’s best ice cream. After you dine in some of DC’s top restaurants, continue your outing and indulge in something sweet. Washington DC is known for its delicious food but with delicious food has to come great dessert. I suggest you invest in a larger pair of pants, because after you read this list and try each sweet treat, your waistband will be a little tight.

1.Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Coffee Lab

550 Penn St NE (at 6th St. NE), Washington, D.C. [gallery ids="301,302,303,307,304,306,305"] You can’t get ice cream more creamy and delicious than at Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Coffee Lab. Made in house fresh every morning, you will surely not be disappointed. Most of the ingredients are grown locally and everything made here is produced by their own two hands. Since everything is so fresh, the menu changes everyday. I guarantee you’ll find something you’ll love!

2. Mr. Yogato

1515 17th St NW (at Q St NW), Washington, D.C. [gallery ids="312,313,311,315,314"] If you just had a big dinner and you are looking for something more on the lighter side, I highly recommend Mr. Yogato. Here you’ll be able to choose from an array of fresh frozen yogurt flavors with more than 50 toppings. Use your own imagination and create your very own sweet masterpiece!

3. Thomas Sweet Ice Cream

3214 P St NW (at Wisconsin Ave NW), Washington, D.C. [gallery ids="320,316,318,317,319,321"] Here you can also get homemade delicious ice cream! Their attention to their ingredients is what makes their ice cream so savory. To top off their yummy ice cream, you can choose from a whole supply of sweet toppings. “Find your happy place” here.

4.Pitango Gelato

660 Pennsylvania Ave SE (entrance on 7th St. SE), Washington, D.C. [gallery ids="345,342,340,341,344,343"] Their organic ice cream has ingredients directly from a grass-fed cow. Does that get any fresher? The owner spent his summers in Trieste, Italy and that’s where his inspiration came from to open the shop. Their ice cream and sorbet is not made with excessive fats and sugars, making it naturally delicious. I recommend the milk and honey flavor.

5.Ice Cream Jubilee

3001 Connecticut Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20008 [gallery ids="346,349,355,348,347"] It’s all in the name. The owner believed that eating ice cream was meant to be a happy time and one shared by those you love. That is why she created this adorable shop to indulge in your favorite sweets at. Love caramel popcorn? They have an ice cream flavor for it. Snickers Snickerdoodle? You got it!

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