Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory

Restaurants , Ice cream parlors Brooklyn Heights
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Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory

There's a reason that the lines are often long at the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory. All-natural ingredients are mixed in small batches to create cups and cones in old favorite flavors like vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and butter pecan.
Venue name: Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory
Contact:
Address: 1 Water St
New York
11201
Cross street: at Old Fulton St
Opening hours: Mon–Fri, Sun noon–10pm; Sat noon–11pm
Transport: Subway: A, C to High Street, 2, 3 to Clark Street, F to York Street
Price: Average cone: $6. Cash only
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ssh2138
tastemaker

A must-go when in Dumbo in the summer! The line is very long and quite intimidating so make sure to bring someone you don't mind spending time with! Loved the flavors they had. Bring cash because it will make your experience easier! 

Christa Sully
tastemaker

Forget sesame-mango-vanilla soft serve and just give me Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory's Chocolate Chocolate Chunk.


While fun concoctions definitely have a place on the ice cream roster, nothing beats a simple scoop of a traditional flavor, and if that's what you're after, this is your place. 


It's my favorite ice cream in the city--it's rich, there are no fake ingredients, the chocolate they use is so smooth (fun fact: the hot fudge comes from the River Cafe next door) and it has the best view in the city.


Be prepared to wait, but it'll be worth it. 

M.

Now who doesn't like a soft, melting n silky scoop of ice cream. I Happened to learn about this place during my early days in the city through an open top bus tour. Since then, I always wanted to taste their ice creams. N when I did, I must say it seemed a bit plain to me.  Located at the picturesque park of Brooklyn bridge, the place sells a bite of history. The architecture of the building is quite old style which adds to its charm. Their range of ice cream flavors is limited and are a bit pricey. But if u are a tourist in the city and want to savor its past, then this is one of the places for sure! I tried their strawberry ice cream float while enjoying the awesome view of the Manhattan skyline!