9/14/15 Update: Menu updated.
Located near the Boulangerie in France, this is one of the best spots for ice cream on property.
Flavors may change.
This is one rare circumstance where I recommend avoiding the the Ice Cream Martini with a shot on top – it’s probably already 95 degrees out and the booze will only speed up the melting process.
It’s also rare that the ice cream and alcohol flavors complement each other, though you may have better luck.
Two scoops brings the per-scoop price down to around $3 for this rich, decadent ice cream. It’s expensive, but it’s handmade on-site and everything we’ve sampled has been excellent.
The Croque Glacé – Any Flavor Ice Cream in a Warm Brioche with Chocolate or Raspberry Sauce – $6.10 is interesting. It’s the equivalent of about a scoop of ice cream pressed inside of a warm brioche. Unfortunately, the brioche doesn’t have a lot of flavor on its own but the mass of “bready-ness” still works to overpower the flavor of the ice cream, which tends to arrive already slightly melted after being pressed.