1. The Frieze
The Frieze has been serving up scoops of all-natural premium ice cream to its loyal South Beach patrons for over 20 years. It’ll be hard to choose between traditional flavors and the more inventive selections (Fudge Swirl, Bavarian Mint Chip, Candy Cane, Almond Joy) amongst many sorbets and toppings. For a grown-up twist, try one of the real liquor ice creams.
1626 Michigan Avenue
2. Wall’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream
Wall's has earned its reputation as the best ice cream in Miami through its delectable treats and uncompromised service that owners Tom and Carole pride themselves on. The retro-style establishment serves over two-dozen flavors, with banana splits, sundaes and more on the menu. Bring your pup—Wall's gives all furry friends a cup of doggie ice cream.
8075 SW 67th Ave
3. Knaus Berry Farm
Take a field trip to Knaus Berry Farm for authentic old-fashioned ice cream. Enjoy the natural, homemade ice cream in a cone, sundae or shake. Knaus Berry Farm is only open seasonally, so mark your calendars for November.
15980 SW 248th St
4. Swensen’s Grill & Ice Cream
The ice cream parlour at Swensen’s boasts over 30 flavors of premium, all natural ice cream. Satisfy your sweet tooth with your favorite flavor(s) in scoops, shakes, sundaes or cable carfaits. Ice cream lovers will rejoice at the sight of the loaded Outrageous Sundaes, which come in a variety of combinations.
1586 South Dixie Highway
5. Whip 'N Dip
Whip 'N Dip is another Miami staple, with 26 years in business. The shoppe serves creamy homemade ice cream and soft serve, inventing flavors periodically. Dipped cones and other novelties are hand made fresh every day.
1407 Sunset Drive