16 "Ice Cream" Restaurants in Miami.
Below Zero is a casual scoop shop on the edge of MiMo that serves some very good ice cream and frozen desserts.
MadLab is an upscale ice cream shop in the Design District. They have fancy options as well as plain (and very good) ice cream.
Polo Norte is a classic Cuban spot in Hialeah, serving (among other things) some good Cuban pizza.
Kasalta Pizza is a small Hialeah restaurant serving Cuban pizza and ice cream.
Salt & Straw is an excellent ice cream shop in Wynwood with creative, delicious flavors.
Kith Treats is an ice cream shop inside a sneaker store in South Beach full of stylish teens and surprisingly good ice cream.
Frice is a scoop shop inside The Citadel in Little Haiti. Their ice cream is incredibly good.
Tio Colo is a Hialeah restaurant best known for its Cuban ice cream sandwiches, or bocaditos de helado.
Peel Soft Serve makes ice cream from rescued bananas. They’re parked Downtown on Saturday and Sunday.
Sweet Melody is a small to-go ice cream shop in West Kendall. They make the best ice cream in Miami.
Dasher and Crank is an ice cream shop in Wynwood with some really interesting flavors that taste great too.
Lakay is a bakery and ice cream shop in Little Haiti. Stop by for a scoop on a brutally hot day.
Frieze is a classic scoop shop on Lincoln Road where you can get a simple but tasty cone or cup.
Vicky’s is a little ’80s-themed milkshake shop in Coconut Grove that serves some pretty insane shakes and has beer in a washing machine.