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  • 1. ICESCREAMS

    I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICESCREAMS. Driving through Elizaville, you can’t miss the vibrant pink building serving innovative frozen treats. Our favorites include the piña colada sundae, frydaes (fries with all the sundae fixings), and the soft-serve nachos — with waffle cone chips and ice cream as a stand-in for guacamole.

    2. Alleyway Ice Cream

    Tucked down an alley (hence the name) in Saugerties, Alleyway Ice Cream specializes in small batches and unique flavors that leave visitors craving more. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 3. Holy Cow

    Holy Cow is iconic. If you grew up in or around Dutchess County, chances are you made multiple trips to the Red Hook sweet spot on the dog days of summer. Inside the shop, prices are low and offerings are ample. Get an old-school sundae with hot fudge sauce and a cherry or keep it Read more...
  • This family focused ice cream joint has been specializing in making memories with creative treats since 1960. Joe’s has it all: soft serve, hard ice cream, sundaes, hot food, and Instagram-famous freak shakes. These made-to-order monsters are piled high with more toppings than you could imagine. The unicorn freak shake, a milkshake flavor of your Read more...

    5. The Chocolate Studio

    The sweetest spot in Beacon, The Chocolate Studio stocks homemade sweets and treats of all sorts, along with fresh ice cream and its signature vegan ice cream. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 6. Valerie’s Ice Cream

    For a sweet and spicy treat, head to Valerie’s Ice Cream in Newburgh for a mangonada — a signature Mexican frozen drink. These frozen smoothies are made with fresh mango, chamoy sauce, and a few secret ingredients (their lips are sealed). Each cup is topped with diced mangoes and a tamarind paste-wrapped straw rolled in Read more...

    7. Homestyle Creamery

    Whether you're on your way to a Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival show, a tour around Boscobel, or a trip into Cold Spring, you won't want to skip a stop at Homestyle Creamery. The sweet shop stocks Jane's Ice Cream, which is local to the Hudson Valley. Photo by Sabrina Sucato
  • 8. Bona Bona Ice Cream

    9. Piermont Creamery

    A fan favorite in Rockland County, Piermont Creamery is known for its unique and inventive flavors. If the line out the door is any indication, this is one spot you won't want to pass up during a day trip to Piermont. Photo by Sabrina Sucato