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Little Man Ice Cream, Denver
Does ice cream taste better when served out of a 28-foot milk can? Apparently it does at Little Man’s. A scoop or two of the retro banana pudding ice cream atop a crispy homemade waffle cone is as photo-worthy as the store itself.
Milkcraft, West Hartford
Even ice cream shops are jumping on the farm-to-table trend—like this Connecticut creamery who prides itself on its “cow to cone” freshness. Skip the cup and ask for your scoop in a fluffy bubblecone, their proprietary take on a waffle cone.
UDairy Creamery, Newark
Run by University of Delaware students, UDairy offers 36 rotating flavors that are each handmade using milk from the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources dairy farm. They’ll even bring your cone right to your door with their ice cream truck, the Moo Mobile.