Fun Places to get Ice Cream in Tuscaloosa this Summer

This Wednesday, June 6th, is National Chocolate Ice Cream Day- and we couldn’t be more eager to celebrate. There’s no better way to cool off on a hot summer’s afternoon than with a scoop (or two) of ice cream. To help you celebrate, we’ve compiled a list of the best places in Tuscaloosa for you to spend National Chocolate Ice Cream Day the right way.


  1. Ingram Farms

Ingram Farms Market and Ice Cream Shop is fresh, local, and the perfect place to grab a sweet treat on a hot summer’s day. Their logo, “serving happiness by the spoonful”, couldn’t be truer. Ingram farms offers over 20 flavors of blue bell ice cream as well as local, seasonal flavors. While you’re there, you can check out the best fresh produce in our area. Pair a scoop of chocolate ice cream with Ingram Farm’s homegrown strawberries to satisfy your sweet tooth.

  1. Baked Bear

Baked Bear located in Midtown Village is a newer addition to the Tuscaloosa scene- but well worth the wait. Baked Bear is an ice cream shop known nationwide for its custom-made ice cream sandwiches. Here’s how it works: mix and match cookies, brownies, and donuts for the top and bottom of your sandwich, then pick from more than 13 flavors of ice cream as your filling, add whatever toppings you would like and voila! You have the ultimate ice cream sandwich. Baked Bear’s mission is “To spread joy and create memories, bringing a smile to every customer’s face, one ice cream sandwich at a time.” Check out Baked Bear for yourself and let them make your day a little brighter.

  1. Frost Bite

We’ve got great news! The newest ice cream parlor, Frost Bite, will be opening in Tuscaloosa just in time for the hottest months of the year. Frost Bite is a Tuscaloosa locally owned ice cream shop specializing in Roll Ice cream and Nitrogen Ice cream. For all of the chocolate lovers out there, one item on their menu is a chocolate based roll ice cream topped with whipped cream and oreos, all drizzled with hot fudge. Visit their Facebook page today and tell them what mouthwatering options would like to see them feature.

  1. Peterbrooke Chocolatier

Although Peterbrooke isn’t solely an ice cream shop, it’s where you can find some of the best chocolate in town. Peterbrooke offers assorted chocolates, specialized treats, dipped popcorn, and a variety of gelato flavors to their customers. Additionally, Peterbrooke hosts summer camps where kids can be professional chocolatiers for a day. Stop in on June 6th for a scoop of gelato or other treats offered at Peterbrooke Chocolatier in Tuscaloosa.


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Written by Anna McAbee