South Padre Island Ice Cream

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2005/07/14 10:35:03 (permalink)

South Padre Island Ice Cream

Actually, the ice cream shop is in Port Isabel, right before you cross the bridge to the Island.

This is a true gem. There is a soft-serve cone looking building on the south side of the road as you are driving to the island. It is the typical looking tourist ice cream shop. But it isn't/

This is a small batch 'home-made' ice cream that is really good. The owner also has a store in Brownsville. I have tried the blueberry cheesecake, butter pecan, strawberry, and chocolate. All have been very good.

The small is $1.75 and is two scoops in either a cup or cone. A waffle cone is available for 50cents more. This is a nice creamy tasty treat. Particularly after a day at the beach.

They also have mango, coconut, caramel banana, creme de menthe, and I cant rememeber the others.

I hope you have a chance to visit the south tip of texas. (the grapfruit is wonderful during the winter)

Paul
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    RE: South Padre Island Ice Cream 2005/07/14 11:16:43 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by plantdetective

    Actually, the ice cream shop is in Port Isabel, right before you cross the bridge to the Island.

    This is a true gem. There is a soft-serve cone looking building on the south side of the road as you are driving to the island. It is the typical looking tourist ice cream shop. But it isn't/

    This is a small batch 'home-made' ice cream that is really good. The owner also has a store in Brownsville. I have tried the blueberry cheesecake, butter pecan, strawberry, and chocolate. All have been very good.

    The small is $1.75 and is two scoops in either a cup or cone. A waffle cone is available for 50cents more. This is a nice creamy tasty treat. Particularly after a day at the beach.

    They also have mango, coconut, caramel banana, creme de menthe, and I cant rememeber the others.

    I hope you have a chance to visit the south tip of texas. (the grapfruit is wonderful during the winter)

    Paul



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