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Sweet T's Bakery & Snack Shop

Cinnamony scents are always coming from this Black-owned bakery in Reading Terminal Market. Head to Sweet T's Bakery & Snack Shop for a pie two on a casual weekday.

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Pop's Homemade Water Ice

Open since 1932, South Philly's Pop's Homemade Water Ice mixes up new flavors every week. Here you can get flavors like iced tea, ginger ale, and banana split.

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Tranzilli’s Water Ice

Tranzilli’s Water Ice in Germantown sells some of the best water ice in the city by both by the cup and in gallon “party buckets".

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Jimmy's Water Ice

When people imagine a water ice spot, Jimmy’s is probably what comes to mind. The South Philly spot has water ice, soft serve, pretzels, and frozen bananas that's perfect for literally anyone.

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John's Water Ice

John's Water Ice is an Italian Market-adjacent spot that's been around since 1945. Here you can get some of the best water ice in Philly on a hot day.

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Dre's Homemade Water Ice & Ice Cream

At Dre's Homemade Water Ice & Ice Cream, you'll find flavors like sour apple mango and a few others that are all made with real fruit. Head to West Philly for a scoop when the weather gets sunny.

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King's Water Ice

Head to Overbrook’s King’s Water Ice for things like pizza pretzels, shakes, hot dogs, and some of the best water ice in town.

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Morrone's Water Ice

At West Philly’s Morrone’s you can get housemade water ice with things like fresh apple bits in the sour apple scoops but also four types of warm pretzels.

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Fred's Water Ice

West Philly’s Fred’s Water Ice has over 20 flavors, warm funnel cake, peppery hot sausages, and creamy custard gelati that's perfect for literally anyone on a warm day.

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Beiler’s Doughnuts

Beiler’s in Reading Terminal Market makes the best donuts in the city.

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Custard Hut

Head to Custard Hut in Somers Point for great frozen custard and lots of nostalgia.

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Strollo’s Italian Ice

Strollo’s Italian Ice in Belmar might just be the best spot for frozen desserts down the shore. Go for a chocolate/pistachio twist.

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E. Holland Sundries

E. Holland Sundries makes the best pastries in Bradley Beach,

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Nicholas Creamery

Nicholas Creamery is our favorite ice cream spot in the Highlands.

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5 Great Places To Get Soft Serve This Summer

Where to get a frozen, swirly dessert in Philly.

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The Philadelphia Dessert Delivery & Takeout Guide

Unless you’re living with a pastry chef, you’re going to need some sugar reinforcements.

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Big Gay Ice Cream

Big Gay is an ice cream chain from New York with excellent chocolate-dipped soft serve.

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Profi’s Creperie

Profi’s is the best place in Reading Terminal Market to get a crepe.

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Termini Brothers Bakery

Termini Bros in Reading Terminal Market has great baked goods and pastries - especially cookies and cannolis.

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Bassett’s Ice Cream

Bassett’s is the oldest ice cream shop in Philadelphia, and it makes super creamy flavors inside Reading Terminal Market.