I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! And popsicles, smoothies, juices, or anything else that will keep us cool in the hot Charleston sun!
We put together a list of our contributors’ favorite local spots for cold or frozen treats. What would you add to the list?
King of Pops – Various locations around the Charleston area.
Find them at farmer’s markets, shops, food truck events, and more locations using their Find Us page.
Park Circle Creamery – 1044 E Montague Street, North Charleston
Beardcat’s Sweet Shop – 2063 Middle Street, Sullivan’s Island
Gelato, Gelato Sundaes, Ice Cream Sandwiches, Milkshakes, Gelato Cakes
Yum Yum Yogurt – 3642 Savannah Highway, Johns Island
Pelican’s SnoBalls – 1723 Ashley River Road, Charleston
The Sno-Ball Stand – 1612 Palmetto Grande Drive, Mt Pleasant
This food truck located at Mt Pleasant Towne Center offers traditional Southern-style shaved ice
Kona Ice Food Truck “Lowcountry Kona” – Various locations around Charleston
Hire Kona Ice for your next party, fundraising event, or festival
Ye Ole Fashioned Ice Cream and Sandwich Shop – Various locations around the Charleston area
Find Ye Ole in West Ashley, Mt Pleasant, Moncks Corner, North Charleston, Goose Creek, and Summerville
Blend Juice Bar – 320 W Coleman Blvd, Mt Pleasant
Hint: freeze cold presses juices into Otter Pops as a super sneaky way to get veggies in a frozen treat for your kids!
Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt– 1585 Central Avenue #3, Summerville
Paolo’s Gelato – 41 John St., Charleston
Kilwins – 59 S. Market St., Charleston
Looking for Mackinac Island Fudge? Kilwins has it!
Belgian Gelato – They have locations in Mt. Pleasant, downtown Charleston, and Waterfront Park
Peace Pie – 223 Meeting St., Charleston & 414 King St., Charleston
Known for their ice cream sandwiches with a layer of pie filling!
Luckhaus & Brubaker – 1939 Maybank Highway, Charleston
TCBY – Various locations around the Charleston area
Freddo Gelato – 239 1/2 King St., Charleston
Known for their Dulce de Leche and fresh Argentine dairy products