1. Bev’s Homemade Ice Cream
Beverly Mazursky – Bev herself – pursued ice cream at the young age of 76, starting with her recipe and a dream that is now cultivated in her Carytown shop.
2. King of Pops
From street-side carts to their brick and mortar location in Scott’s Addition, King of Pops are an all-natural, hand-crafted snack!
3. Sweet 95
Operating only in the summer months, Sweet 95 is Boulevard gem. You have not lived until you’ve tried their Baklava “Stella” Traffic Jam!
4. Ray’s Italian Water Ice & Frozen Custard
The swirl of water ice and custard found in Ray’s rockslides are truly a work of art!
5. Gelati Celesti
West End: 8906 A West Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23294
Short Pump: 11805 West Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23233
Bon Air: 3004 Stony Point Road, Richmond, VA 23235
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Gelati is growing bigger than ever with the somewhat recent addition of two more storefronts. Thankfully, you won’t need to go far to experience the creamy, deliciousness that their ice cream embodies!
6. DeLuca Gelato
DeLuca is tucked into a West End shopping center, hiding the bit of treasure that the shop is! Their gelato is an authentic taste of Italian desserts. Fun fact – a handful of their gelato are vegan.
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