While ice cream is served at nearly every restaurant and quick-service eatery in Disney World, these ice cream shops are our favorite places to grab a cone, scoop, sundae, float, shake, or sandwich.
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This artisan ice cream and sorbet shop in the France pavilion at Epcot serves up 16 yummy flavors a la francaise, all made in-house with fresh ingredients. Offerings include flavors such as profiterole and caramel fleur de sel, as well as delectable ice cream sandwiches made with meringue-based macarons.
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Where: Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney)
When at the Marketplace, just follow the wafting aroma of chocolate to this wonderful ice cream parlor. A huge menu of big, extravagant, over-the-top sundaes is the main draw for this amazing chocolatier. The milkshakes and floats are also something to write home about.
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Where: Magic Kingdom
The nostalgic nod goes to this vintage shop on Main Street U.S.A. Options include sumptuous floats and signature waffle-bowl sundaes smothered in hot fudge and Mickey cones with chocolate ears, not to mention the famous shareable Kitchen Sink Sundae served in a souvenir bowl shaped like Mickey's red pants.
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Where: Disney's Beach Club Resort
This colorful, old-style soda fountain has table seating as well as a counter for ice cream to go. Besides the usual cups and cones, you can indulge in the Fudge Mud Slide or the famous Kitchen Sink, whose bowl is fashioned like a stainless steel sink, and which come piled high with chocolate chunks, Oreos, whipped cream, and a multitude of other toppings.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
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Ice Cream Carts
Scattered throughout the theme parks, you'll find snack carts selling frozen treats such as the iconic Mickey Mouse ice cream bars and Mickey-shaped cookies-and-cream ice cream sandwiches. You can also find them at many quick-service restaurants and even some gift shops.