Cool Off: Cold Treats in the Triangle

Cool Off: Cold Treats in the TriangleSummer’s in full swing and the outside temperatures are continuing to skyrocket to the top of the charts.

Whether you prefer to spend your hot summer days indoors or outdoors, everyone can likely benefit from a cold treat at some point this time of year.

Here are a few of the top-rated places to seek asylum from the heat and grab some of your favorite frozen treats in the Triangle.

Amorino Gelato

137 E Davie Street, Raleigh
Sunday-Thursday, 12-10PM
Friday-Saturday, 12-11PM

The Parlour

117 Market Street, Durham
Sunday-Thursday, 12-10PM
Friday-Saturday, 12-11PM

Two Roosters Ice Cream

Greystone Village, 7713 Lead Mine Road, Raleigh
Person Street Plaza, 215 E Franklin Street, Raleigh
Tuesday-Thursday, 12-9PM, Friday-Saturday, 12-10PM, Sunday, 2-10PM, Closed Monday

FRESH. Local Ice Cream

6033 Glenwood Avenue, Raleigh
138 E Chatham Street, Cary
109 N Salem Street, Apex 
Hours vary based on location

Goodberry’s Frozen Custard

Multiple locations (Raleigh, Durham, Apex, Garner, Wake Forest)
Spring, Summer, Fall: Sunday-Thursday, 11AM-11PM, Friday-Saturday, 11AM-Midnight


305 S Blount Street, Raleigh
Sunday-Thursday, 12-10PM, Friday-Saturday, 12-11PM

ICool Thai Rolled Ice Cream & Bubble Tea

3001 Hillsborough Street, Suite 120, Raleigh
Sunday-Thursday, 12-10PM, Friday-Saturday, 1-11PM

Andia’s Homemade Ice Cream

10120 Green Level Church Road, Suite 208, Cary
Tuesday-Thursday, 12-9PM, Friday-Saturday 12-10PM, Sunday, 12-9PM, Closed Mondays

Blue Spoon Microcreamery

140 E Franklin Street, Chapel Hill
Sunday-Thursday, 11:30AM-10PM, Friday-Saturday, 11:30AM-11PM

Ice & Lab

405 W Franklin Street, Chapel Hill
Sunday-Thursday, 12-9:30PM, Friday-Saturday, 12-10:30PM

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