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10 Best Ice Cream Places in The Palm Beaches

10 Best Ice Cream Places in The Palm Beaches

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth With A Scoop Of Ice Cream!

The Palm Beaches are home to tons of ice cream parlors, each offering unique flavors and ambiance. Here we have rounded up our top 10 ice cream shops to grab a scoop after a day at the beach.  

1. Sloan’s Ice Cream – West Palm Beach, Delray Beach, Boca Raton

Sloan’s Ice Cream is an extravagant, colorful ice cream parlor with an irresistible aroma and fun décor that fascinates the little ones and adults alike. 
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a giant cone, a sundae, a milkshake, or a cup of ice cream. They have lots and lots of unique flavors, including vegan ones. Go for a classic cookie dough or coconut scoop. Or try the Luscious Sloan’s Dark Chocolate ice cream with brownies, pecans, almonds, peanuts, toffee, and caramel. Besides ice cream, Sloan’s also serves a wide variety of candies, chocolates, and baked treats, including toffee, brownies, and cookies.

What makes it special? The bright-colored décor, the restrooms (check them out and you’ll understand what we mean), and the unique stores’ locations throughout The Palm Beaches. All of them are in vibrant areas, steps away from stores and restaurants.
Location West Palm Beach, The Square: 700 South Rosemary Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL
Phone number: (561) 833-4303
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11 am -11 pm, Fri-Sat 11 am-12 am
Location West Palm Beach, Clematis: 112 S Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL
Phone number: (561) 833-3335
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11 pm-11 pm, Fri-Sat 11 pm-12 am
Location Boca Raton: Mizner Park, 329 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL
Phone number: (561) 338-9887
Hours: Sun-Thurs 11 pm-11 pm, Fri-Sat 11 pm-12 am
Location Delray Beach: Atlantic Ave., 111 East Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL
Phone number: (561) 303-3912
Hours: Mon-Thurs 12 pm-10 pm, Fri-Sat 11 am-12 am, Sun 11 am-11 pm

Cookie dough ice cream from Sloans


2. Sant Ambroeus – Palm Beach

Inspired by the Gran Caffé’s of the 1950s in Italy, Sant Ambroeus Palm Beach is an Italian restaurant serving high-end Milanese cuisine and hospitality.
In addition to the fine dining experience, guests enjoy a bar, a café, and an Italian gelateria that serves one of the best gelatos on Palm Beach Island. Order a few scoops of their gelato (which is served with two delicious, fresh cookies), take a seat at the café, indoor or outdoor, and enjoy! Make sure to try a scoop of their hazelnut gelato and their coffee affogato—an espresso poured over a scoop of ice cream.

What makes it special? The picturesque outdoor seating area in the beautiful Royal Poinciana Plaza—just the perfect place to enjoy your Italian gelato surrounded by Palm Beach’s beauty.
Location: 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Phone number: 561-285-7990
Hours: Mon-Thurs 8.00 am-9.30 pm, Fri-Sat 8.00 am-10.30 pm, Sun 8.00 am-9.30 pm

Lady with ice cream cone
Courtesy of @anaa_marii


3. Kilwins – Lake Worth Beach, Delray Beach

This chocolate, fudge, and ice cream shop with numerous locations across the US serves high-quality ice cream, chocolates, and confections since 1947. Palm Beach County is home to two Kilwins parlors: one in Lake Worth Beach and one in Delray Beach.
Kilwins offers dozens of premium, unique flavors made with selected ingredients such as caramel, nuts, chocolate chips, and other quality confections. Our favorite flavors? The Toasted Coconut, a creamy coconut-flavored ice cream with chocolate-covered toasted coconut, or the Kilwins Mud, velvety vanilla-flavored ice cream with an explosion of chocolate chips swirled with rich caramel.

What makes it special? Kilwins’ location in Lake Worth Beach is literally steps away from the beach! Take your cup of ice cream on the beach or enjoy it on a bench with beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean. And Kilwins’ store in Delray Beach is on Atlantic Avenue, a vibrant downtown area filled with shops, art galleries, bars, and restaurants.
Location Lake Worth Beach: 10 S Ocean Blvd, Lake Worth Beach, FL 33460
Phone number: 561-249-1568
Hours: Mon-Thu: 10:00 am-10:00 pm, Fri-Sat: 10:00 am-11:00 pm, Sun: 10:00 am-10:00 pm
Location Delray Beach: 402 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Phone number: 561-278-0808
Hours: Mon-Thu: 11:00 am-11:00 pm, Fri-Sat: 11:00 am-11:30 pm, Sun: 11:00 am-11:00 pm

cup of chocolate ice cream
Courtesy of @kilwinslakeworthbeach


4. Mary Lily’s – Palm Beach

Located at The Breakers Palm Beach, Mary Lily’s offers a wide array of indulgences from craft ice cream to frozen custard and Italian gelato, as well as candies and chocolates.
The cute and elegant shop features a neon cone and an elegant décor. Choose your favorite flavor among a variety of fresh, creamy options, and your type of cone or bowl.

What makes it special? Mary Lily’s honors Mary Lily Kenan, wife of The Breakers’ founder Henry Morrison Flagler. It is the only ice cream parlor at The Breakers Hotel, a must-see luxury oceanfront resort that attracted socially prominent families from America’s early 20th-century to Palm Beach, including the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Astor and more.
Location: The Breakers Palm Beach, One South County Road, Palm Beach, FL, 33480
Phone number: (561) 655-6611
Hours: Daily 1 pm-9 pm

Mary Lili's ice cream
Courtesy of The Breakers Palm Beach

5. Cielito Artisan Pops – Boca Raton

Located at the beautiful Mizner Park, Cielito Artisan Pops is an unconventional ice cream shop that offers hand-crafted high-end frozen treats in the shape of a popsicle. All pops are made by hand using locally sourced ingredients. You can choose between 40+ different flavors that change every season, including fruity pops, ice cream pops, and vegan ice cream pops. Cover your popsicle with dark or white chocolate and add some of their colorful, delicious toppings (mini pretzels, marshmallows, flowers, chocolate chips, and more).

What makes it special? Besides being delicious, these unconventional popsicles are highly Instagrammable! Don’t forget to take a picture before eating.
Location: 430 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
Phone: (561) 826-8754
Hours: Mon-Thurs 1.00 pm-11.00 pm, Fri-Sat 12.00 pm-12.00 am, Sun 12.00 pm-11.00 pm

Popsicles with toppings



6. Lily’s Ice Cream – Delray Beach

Lily’s Ice Cream is a family-owned, hand-crafted ice cream shop that serves delicious ice cream flavors made only with the finest quality ingredients. Some flavors are inspired by the family’s travels throughout Europe and the fourteen years they lived in Israel. Lily’s offers numerous classic flavors that remain a constant on the menu, including vegan, gluten-free, and no-added-sugar flavors, as well as fun flavors specifically created for holidays and special occasions. Our favorite? The Espresso Coffee flavor—delicious, gluten-free, and insanely creamy!

What makes it special? Lily’s is a local favorite and a family-owned business. The ice cream is made by the owner’s son, Ori, who spent many hours in the kitchen learning to make the exquisite ice cream served at Lily’s.
Location: 4900 Linton Blvd, BocaRay Plaza, Delray Beach, FL 33445
Phone number: 561-501-4301
Hours: Mon-Sun 12.00 pm-10.00 pm

Lily's ice cream
Courtesy of @icecreamlilys

7. La Michoacana Natural – West Palm Beach

The history of this unique ice cream parlor began in 1940 in the municipality of Tocumbo in the Mexican state of Michoacán. Throughout the years, La Michoacana expanded in the United States and today it has several stores all around Florida. Besides ice creams (“helados”), La Michoacana also serves “paletas” (popsicles) made with a base of milk or water, milkshakes, and fresh juices.

What makes it special? La Michoacana serves authentic Mexican ice cream flavors that are difficult to find somewhere else, including chongos, mamey, guanabana, queso (cheese), ron pasas (rum & raisin), and more. They also have classic flavors such as chocolate, strawberry, mango, vanilla, coconut, and lemon, but trying the queso flavor is definitely a must!
Location West Palm Beach: 636 Belvedere Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33405
Phone number: (561) 514-3030
Hours: Mon-Sun 10.00 am-10.00 pm

Ice cream Paletas

8. Angie’s Epicurean – West Palm Beach

Angie’s Epicurean serves gourmet confections made with the finest organic, plant-based ingredients. Choose between a variety of sophisticated flavors and finish your ice cream with one of their unique toppings, including rose petals, quinoa pops, cacao nibs, hemp seeds, mini mochis, goji berries, and many more. And if you want a fancier treat, pick one of their premium toppings, including edible gold, edible glitter, and brownie bites. Our recommendation? The pistachio flavor with rose petals and choco quinoa pops. Angie’s Epicurean serves its ice cream from a cute pink food truck at The Square, a lively area in downtown West Palm Beach.

What makes it special? Angie’s Epicurean strongly supports the values of no animal cruelty, real ingredients, and sustainability. All flavors and toppings are 100% vegan.
Location: 700 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Phone number: (305) 800-3433
Hours: Mon-Thurs 3.00 pm-10.00 pm, Fri 3.00 pm-11.00 pm, Sat 12.30 pm-11.00 pm, Sun 12.30 pm-10.00 pm

Angie's epicurean
Courtesy of @angiesepicurean

9. Piccolo Gelato – Palm Beach

Piccolo Gelato is a hidden gem a few steps away from Worth Avenue. It serves hand-crafted, small-batch gelato and sorbetto made with fine ingredients sourced both locally and from around the world. Piccolo Gelato offers over twenty rotating flavors of gelato, including Italian classics such as hazelnut, tiramisu, Nutella, Stracciatella, pistachio, and chocolate. They also offer fresh fruity sorbetto flavors, including lemon, mango, peach, strawberry, and more. All sorbetto flavors are low-calorie and dairy-free!

What makes it special? Piccolo Gelato is nestled in the picturesque Via Mizner, a beautiful short via with Mediterranean architecture that was once home to famous architect Addison Mizner.
Location: 66 Via Mizner, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Phone number: (561) 814-5966
Hours: Daily 12.00 pm-9.00 pm

Via Mizner


10. The Ice Cream Club – Manalapan

The Ice Cream Club is a manufacturer and distributor of premium parlor style ice cream, yogurt and related products. It all started in 1982 with a single ice cream shop located in Manalapan, a small town just a few miles south of Palm Beach. Still today, the retailer store in Manalapan offers locals and visitors a wide array of flavors including no sugar added flavors and reduced fat ice cream.
What makes it special? The Ice Cream Club in Manalapan is a 40-year-old store and the first location of what is today a large ice cream distributor throughout the U.S. and Caribbean Islands.
Location: 278 S Ocean Blvd Plaza Del Mar, Manalapan, FL 33462-3312
Phone number: (561) 582-0778
Hours: Daily 11.00 am-10.30 pm

Ice cream cone
Courtesy of @thoselocalgirls



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