Take Time for Ice Cream
Hot spots for cold yum
Serves up natural gourmet homemade ice cream right in its Main Street location. Of course, there’s also homemade chocolate.
Frozen yogurt is the only option at this popular spot on Danbury Road, with multiple self-serve flavors and toppings.
The name says it all at this quiet Main Street newcomer to the frozen-goodie offerings.
Ridgefield Ice Cream
The long-standing classic ice-cream stand on Route 7 offers supreme selections of favorite old-fashioned flavors.
This well-known brand since 1934 is popular for its soft-serve ice cream and cakes.
Tusk & Cup
Primarily a coffee and breakfast stop, it also has a fine selection of refreshing gelato, in Branchville.
The name says it: this ice-cream truck was founded under the premise that there are too many un-natural ingredients in our lives, and its products avoid all that.
Katherine and George Heibeck started scooping at Heibeck’s in Georgetown in 1931, using premium ingredients, and 100 different flavors. Today, Heibeck’s is owned by great-granddaughter Skylar Smith, the fourth generation to run the stand.