One of the best ways to beat the Vegas heat is with a nice frozen treat. Here’s where you can get the best ice cream in Las Vegas:

Secret Creamery

Secret Creamery is known for serving some of the most innovative ice cream in Las Vegas. This creamery offers ice cream in nearly every flavor combination imaginable.

Secret Creamery is proud to be “Vegas born” and are one of the few Nevada-based manufacturers with locally sourced ingredients and packing materials.

Popular and exciting flavors include strawberry rose, fig and honey, and toasted marshmallows. They are also known for creating custom flavors such as dragon fruit, 24-month-aged parmesan, and blueberry goat cheese.

This is the shop for you if you want something that will blow your palette away. You’ll find this ice cream shop on Sammy Davis Jr Drive behind the Fashion Show Mall.

Two Brothers Pizza & Ice Cream

As the name implies, Two Brothers is a pizza and ice cream shop run and owned by Alan and Shaun Stage. The Stage brothers wanted to bring more creativity to the ice cream industry and create flavors reminiscent of the Wisconsin-based ice cream shops of their youth.

Two Brothers hand-scoop all their ice cream, which has a higher butterfat content and less air. This results in a thicker, more decadent ice cream that helps the flavors shine.

Two Brothers is located on Simmons St at the north end of Las Vegas. If you’re hungry, they also serve delicious New York-style pizza.

Sloan’s Ice Cream

Sloan’s Ice Cream is a world-famous establishment with locations across the U.S. and three countries. The Vegas location is one of only three Sloan’s shops on the west coast.

Sloan’s Ice Cream has a range of themed sundaes on their menu, including:

  • Sandcastle Sundae – served in an actual beach pail
  • Flower Child – served in a flower pot
  • Tracey’s Kitchen Sink – with a whopping 18 scoops of ice cream

Sloan’s Ice Cream is open daily from 10 a.m. to 12 a.m. in the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian. It has so many flavor combinations to try that you’ll want to come back again and again.

Handel’s Homemade

Nothing compares to the number of flavors Handel’s Homemade has to offer. This brand doesn’t know how to slow down as they constantly experiment with new flavor combinations.

Handel’s selection ranges from banana cream pie and blueberry cobbler to butterscotch ripple and rocky mocha blast. Handel’s Homemade is located on Tropicana Avenue on the southwest side of Vegas.

Sweet Addiction

At Sweet Addiction, you can see some of your wildest dreams come true – at least with ice cream. Sweet Addiction offers customized ice cream sandwiches with one of their 15 cookie options. They also boast over 17 ice cream flavors ranging from malted chocolate crunch and birthday cake to black cherry and strawberry cheesecake.

This gem of an ice cream shop is on Fort Apache Road in the southwest part of Vegas.

Gus Dean’s

Gus Dean’s at the Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian features all the classic flavors you love, plus options like chocolate cookies and fudge brownies. Gus Dean’s is proudly manufactured here in Las Vegas, so their ice cream is always fresh, creamy, and delicious.

Gus Dean’s is continually working on new flavors in addition to the old favorites. If you’re in the mood for something on the go, you can also create your own milkshake.

Gus Dean’s also has a location in the Las Vegas Arts District.

Scoop LV

Scoop LV is one of the most unique ice cream shops in Vegas, with flavors sure to be unlike anything you’ve experienced before.

Try everything from Hokkaido Milk Tea to Nutella Banana to Blue Sea Salt. If you love extra sweet, their Fruity Pebbles is one of the sweetest offerings on the menu. Scoop LV also offers a wide selection of Vegan ice cream flavors.

Scoop LV is located on the south side of Las Vegas and offers delivery through Postmates, Uber Eats, and Door Dash.

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