310 Commercial St, Provincetown
Chantal & Ed’s Pick
Lewis Brothers is always at the top of the Boxer Family’s list when visiting Provincetown. Their homemade ice cream is to die for and now they have a solar powered ice cream truck that visits Truro beaches and farmers market. Book the truck to visit your next event…they love a party!
Local Tip: Before your ice cream grab a footlong over at John’s Footlongs!
3260 Main St., Brewster
Kristin loves stopping at Cobie’s when camping down the road at Nickerson State Park with her family. The soft serve is so creamy you almost don’t need the cup of clam chowder beforehand…but then again you are on Cape Cod 😉
Local Tip: They are pet friendly since it’s all outdoor seating.
5 S. Orleans Rd., Orleans
The Ice Cream Café has been a Cape favorite for years! They have so many homemade flavor options, check out the Chocolate Chili Pepper! They also make amazing ice cream cakes.
Local Tip: Avoid going between 2-4pm and 7-8pm…lines are out the door.
210 Main St., Orleans
There isn’t a better stop to make after a 5 hour beach day at Nauset Beach! They have locations in Harwich Port & Dennis Port too. The best thing is that you can buy their ice cream by the quart in the off season at local grocery stores.
Local Tip: They only accept cash, so be sure to hit up the ATM before stopping in.
34 Cranberry Hwy.,Orleans
Allison’s girls absolutely LOVE LOVE Local Scoop. Create your own ice cream sundae by choosing from an array of yummy toppings. Mia & Talia love to top their masterpieces with their homemade whipped cream. They also have a mini putt-putt course, which is free to customers!
Local Tip: They are open YEAR ROUND!! Ice cream can be hard to find during the winter months.
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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in March 2017 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.