7 New Calgary Spots For Ice Cream and Frozen Treats

These new Calgary eateries offer Japanese gelato, soft serve with churros, shaved ice and more.

Stay cool this summer with a frozen treat from a new ice cream shop, cafe or coffee shop. Here are a few new Calgary spots that have opened recently and offer ice cream, soft serve, shaved ice and more.

 

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Look for this new coffee shop located in a red house in Inglewood. Inside, you can order a coffee and try the latest feature soft serve flavour, which has most recently been peach pie or yuzu blueberry. You can also get a float or an affogato.

1608 17 Ave. S.E., instagram.com 

 

Halo

This new eatery specializes in churros, which you can enjoy with ice cream a few different ways. The chulato is essentially an ice cream sandwich with a scoop of Noto gelato between two cinnamon-sugar churros. There are also five flavours of chilled churros, which feature two loop churros with vanilla soft serve and toppings like sweet milk drizzle or brownie chunks. The cafe also has several other churro creations, including sweet and savoury “churro tacos,” churro sandwiches and a variety of drinks.

3519 14 St. S.W., halochurros.com

Milk

This local ice cream company just celebrated the grand opening of its first storefront at the beginning of August. Swing by the Mount Pleasant shop to try flavours like the White Rabbit candy-inspired White Bunny, Viet coffee, Dunkaroos, sea salt Skor, pandan and more on the patio that Milk shares with John’s Breakfast & Lunch.

2614 4 St. N.W., milkicecreamshop.com

 

Pablo

This Japanese bakery, which just opened its first Calgary location, is best known for its cheese tarts, but guests are already raving about the soft serve here as well. Try the strawberry or black sesame flavours either on their own or together in a swirl.

602B 16 Ave. N.W., facebook.com

 

Rocket Fuel Cafe

 

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The highlight of Telus Spark’s new cafe (which you can access without paying admission to the science centre) is the astronaut ice cream. The cafe offers soft serve inspired by the solar system with a flavour for each planet, plus a regular vanilla soft serve cone for Pluto. Try flavours like the Uranus cone, which features a honey glazed doughnut to represent the planet’s ring, or Saturn, which comes topped with Fruit Loops, strawberry Pocky and sour peach rings.

220 St. George’s Dr. N.E., 403-817-6800, sparkscience.ca

 

Snow Capz Cafe

 

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Located in Victoria Park, this Korean dessert cafe offers some must-try treats, including shaved ice creations that are perfect for a hot day. Depending on which flavour you choose, the shaved ice features toppings like Oreo crumbles, Korean sugar cookies, mango, cheesecake, watermelon and more. You can also try a croffle, a croissant-meets-waffle creation available in nine flavours, and a variety of drinks.

216 14 Ave. S.E., 587-956-7759, snowcapzcafeyyc.com 

 

Tokyo Station

At this Japanese eatery and market, the upper floor features packaged snacks, ramen and other dishes, while the lower level offers takeaway sushi and house made Japanese gelato. Flavours include yuzu, blueberry, strawberry, wasabi, avocado and more. You can order one to eat right then or get a takeaway pint/single scoop.

1505 15 Ave. S.W., 403-719-2288, tokyostreetmarket.com

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