COLDSTONE CREAMERY

Best Ice Cream Shop: Cold Stone Creamery

2014-05-16T00:00:00Z 2014-05-16T14:15:21Z Best Ice Cream Shop: Cold Stone Creamery nwitimes.com
May 16, 2014 12:00 am

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Who wouldn’t love ice cream when nuts, fruits, and cany are mixed into a smooth concoction on a frozen granite stone? For almost 20 years, Cold Stone Creamery has been serving up the finest ice cream, cakes, smoothies, and shakes. You can make your own mixture, or you can choose from the Cold Stone Signature Creations with cute names like Birthday Cake Remix, Cookie Mintster, Cookie Doughn’t You Want Some, and The Pie Who Loved Me. Selections are available in waffle bowls or cones dipped in chocolate too! There are also cakes which make a great office pick-me-up or birthday treat, or novelties to pick up on your way home. It is no wonder that many call Cold Stone Creamery the “Ultimate ice cream experience.”

Denise Benninghoff, manager of the Dyer location says, “The flavor of our ice cream can’t be beat, period. That goes without saying. But what also makes us great is you can also do what you want and mix in what you want. We have a lot of varieties as opposed to four or five selections. And we have a great staff—it’s just a lot of fun here. It’s a great place to bring kids because we always have a fun and friendly environment. We also have pies and cakes and cupcakes and a nice variety of things. If you like one of our cakes but want a different flavor, we can do that. If you like our cake but want a different icing, we can do that. We are here to do what makes the customer happy.”

SECOND PLACE

Valpo Velvet

55-57 W Monroe Street

Valparaiso, Ind.

219.464.4141

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THIRD PLACE

Sweet Frog

1505 US 41

Schererville, Ind.

219.440.7093

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