Bolsa Mercado and two other spots for decadent ice cream


photo courtesy of Bolsa Mercado

Bolsa Mercado no longer has beer and wine for takeout but now serves by the drink, and it’s inexpensive, ranging from $3-$6.We hear they will be adding draft beer eventually, too.

Most exciting, though, is the addition of organic house-made ice cream. Current flavors include chocolate cajeta brownie, strawberry rhubarb, sea salt caramel and vanilla bread pudding. They also make their own waffle cones.

Here are a couple of other spots to get beyond ordinary ice cream.

Kate Weiser, who is planning a chocolate shop at Trinity Groves, will be on hand at Little D Farmers Market this Sunday, June 8, selling her handmade ice cream.

But don’t forget about our neighborhood’s ice cream treasure, La Original Michoacana. Check out our story about the Bishop Arts District shop from 2011.

By |2015-02-13T15:13:22-05:00June 5th, 2014|Bishop Arts District, Business, Dining, Food and Drink, Kid-friendly, Patios, Sweets|Comments Off on Bolsa Mercado and two other spots for decadent ice cream

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