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Ample Hills Creamery

In the city of New York, across the East River, far from the hustling, bustling streets of Manhattan sits an enchanted borough known as Brooklyn. It was here, in this magical place, among the same streets that inspired the poetry of Walt Whitman, that Ample Hills Creamery was born. It started when Brian Smith decided to take a break from writing science fiction movies and turned his imagination towards making the most delicious, most fun ice cream around. Using only the freshest local, hormone-free ingredients, Ample Hills was first sold out of a cart at summer concerts in Prospect Park. It didn’t take long before concertgoers were lining up, eager to try flavors like Maple Bacon, Stout ‘n’ Pretzels, and Salted Crack Caramel. Leaving with a taste they could not forget, it was clear to all who tried it that this ice cream was as magical as the place that inspired it. Today, you can find Brian and his family scooping 24 fun, delicious flavors at their full time shop in Prospect Heights, just a short walk from the park where it all began. Stop by for a cup or cone, and see what the magic of Brooklyn really tastes like. Tuesday-Thursday, Sunday 12:00 pm-10:00 pm.

Friday-Saturday 12:00 pm-11:00 pm.

Where: 623 Vanderbilt Avenue, Brooklyn N.Y. 11238
Tel: (347) 240–3926
How much: $2.50 - $8.45
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Updated Feb. 13, 2012
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