Ice Cream Shop
Ample Hills Creamery
Door 177 locals aangeraden · Geschatte prijs 2 van 4 ·
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Homemade ice cream made all on the premises with fresh, local, all-natural milk, cream and eggs. Brooklyn's freshest!
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Tips van locals
Good, fairly priced ice cream. Be prepared to wait in a line during the summer months.
Has won many awards for it's amazing ice cream, but mostly known for it's creative flavors! Nothing else like it.
A yummy NYC chain, so yummy that it's made its way to Disneyland. Small-batch ice cream with lots of goodies mixed inside, made from local, organic ingredients at this compact, kid-friendly shop. Our recommendation – the Ooey Gooey Butter Cake.
Home-made brooklyn based ice cream that always has a line around the block! A must visit in the summer months.
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“From The Infatuation: Chuko runs the ramen game in Prospect Heights, and if you have a cold, their ramen is a viable alternative to NyQuil. The effect with be the same - especially if you start your meal with pork buns. This place gets busy, and you’ll probably have to wait for a table, but if you don’t mind eating at a bar, you should get seated faster. Also, good news for vegetarians: their vegetarian ramen isn’t bad. Meat-eaters should get the pork and kimchi version, however.”
- Door 156 locals aangeraden
“Bespoke cocktails in a speakeasy atmosphere. Romantic, lovely garden in warm weather.”
- Door 151 locals aangeraden
“From The Infatuation: Tom’s is a decades-old breakfast/lunch spot known for its old-timey feel, friendly service, and exceptional pancake selection. Try the ones that look like flat cinnamon rolls. And don’t be afraid to have crab cakes for breakfast. Theirs are deep-fried, and you won’t know if deep-fried shellfish works as a hangover cure until you try it. There might be a wait at brunch, but they also might be handing out free coffee or fries or breakfast sausage to people waiting in line.”
- Door 166 locals aangeraden
“Easily the most romantic restaurant in the neighborhood. Not cheap, but worth it. Great burger night on Mondays.”
- Door 59 locals aangeraden
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