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Sugar Hill Creamery

Restaurants, Ice cream parlors Harlem
Sugar Hill Creamery
Photograph: Courtesy Sugar Hill Creamery

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To celebrate the “sweet life,” husband-wife team Nick Larsen (Blue Hill, Telepan) and Petrushka Bazin Larsen opened a community-minded ice cream parlor in their neighborhood of Mount Morris Park District in Harlem. The duo purveys traditional homemade scoops—vanilla, chocolate—along with more creative flavors like soursop (Caribbean fruit), sweet-corn jalapeño and PB&J. Additional treats include apricot–passion-fruit push pops, honey-and-ginger beer floats and black-forest ice cream sandwiches. The bright shop is decked out in custom-made wood-herringbone countertops, hexagonal blue-and-white penny tiles and a gallery by artist Raúl Ayala showcasing rotating portraits of local neighbors. 



Address: 184 Lenox Ave
New York
Cross street: between 119th and 120th Sts
Price: Average scoop: $5.50
Opening hours: Daily 2–10pm
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