The Top 3 Can't-Miss Places for Ice Cream in Oklahoma City

July 25, 2016

Ice-Cream-Shops-OKC.jpgWhether you’re finishing up a day at the pool or just taking a break from work, nothing says summer like rich, decadent ice cream. The good news is Oklahoma City offers a number of places to indulge in this sweet treat. With this mind, we've rounded up three of the best options:

1. Belle Kitchen  
7509 N May Ave
12 minutes from Springs at Memorial

Founded in 2015, Belle Kitchen offers numerous baked goods, including macaroons and homemade donuts, as well an assortment of ice creams and sorbets exquisitely crafted in small batches with the highest quality ingredients. Enjoy the creamy delights while appreciating the delightful service, quaint charm, and open ambiance. Choose from any of their specially crafted flavors or if you’re planning an event, work directly with their staff to create a custom flavor.

2. Roxy's Ice Cream Social   
1732 NW 16th St
17 minutes from Springs at May Lakes

Salted caramel ice cream sandwiched between two freshly baked, warm chocolate chip cookies. Now that's the stuff dreams are made of. Specializing in unique flavors and cookie sandwiches, Roxy's typically features seven or eight basic flavors alongside three specialty flavors. The selection may not be huge, but the charm, quality, and delightful flavors more than make up for it. If you happen to be out and about in Oklahoma City, keep an eye out for their roving ice cream truck, which offers the same delicious treats.

3. Braum’s  
Various locations

Braum’s, a local Oklahoma chain, offers delicious ice cream treats at budget friendly prices. Feel free to start with one of their seasonal friendly meals, such as the strawberry poppy seed chicken salad, and finish by choosing from one of their premium ice cream dishes like the giant banana split. For all your party needs, Braum’s offers a number of ice cream and frozen yogurt pies in fun flavors like cappuccino chunky chocolate.

Did we miss a local ice cream gem? We'd love to hear about it in the comments below!

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