Dare Ice Creamery

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Dare Ice Creamery

  • Owner: Elizabeth Fry
  • Location: Fort Brunsett - Entertainment District
  • Information: Possibly hiring. Do you already work here? Do you want to work here? Either way, reach out to Elizabeth Fry who is back after a long time away.
  • Seasonal Specials: Soups and warm desserts may be available throughout the fall and winter. Check in to see!

Current Flavors

  • Vanilla - The classic! The perfect canvas for sundaes of all sorts.
  • Chocolate - The indulgence! Made with a blend of milk and dark chocolates.
  • Grey - Chocolate and vanilla in perfect balance. Not actually grey.
  • Cookies & Cream - Made with homemade chocolate wafers.
  • Caramel Apple - Bright apple chunks in a rich caramel ice cream.
  • Pear Crumble - Spice pear and crunchy crumbles in a vanilla base.
  • Paradise - Tiny morsels of tender figs in honey ice cream.
  • Thai Peanut - Coconut milk base with peanut, lime, galangal and other warm spices.
  • Creep - Roasted strawberry ice cream shot through with gooey black sesame caramel.
  • Cranberry Sorbet - Mouth-puckeringly tart and delicious.
  • Orange-Honey Sorbet - Honey-sweetened citrus warmed with wintry spices.

Previous Flavors

Which Might Return One Day

  • Honey Lemon - Tart and creamy lemon ice cream sweetened with swirls of honey.
  • Chamomile Spearmint - Spring in a cup! An intriguing herbaceous flavor with floral notes and a bright bite of mint.
  • Apricot Almond - Chunks of lush, seasonal apricots and swirls of jam in an almond ice cream.
  • Carrot Cake - Cinnamon and carrot cream cheese ice cream blended with raisins and pecans.
  • Lemon Sorbet - Complete with candied lemon peel for that extra sweettart pop!
  • Apricot Mango Magnificence - It's not just sorbet. It is lush and delicious, the perfect bite of spring.
  • Pumpkin Spice - Anything but basic! Cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and cloves.
  • Autumn Sangria - White wine granita with tart green apples.

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