Ice Cream is almost as popular as the beaches on Cape Cod! Each town offers unique and fun ice cream locations! Here are some of our local favorites:
Ice Cream Smuggler
Homemade Ice Cream
Considered by many locals and tourists alike to be the best ice cream on Cape Cod. Homemade ice cream made daily. Located on Rte 6A in the heart of historic Dennis village.
Phone: (508) 385-5307
Aunties' Ice Cream Parlor
Premium Ice Cream, Old Fashioned frappes and malts
Step back in time and experience Cape Cod's best year-round ice cream Parlor! They serve premium ice cream, old fashioned frappes and malts, sundaes, smoothies, Lime Rickeys and NY Egg Creams, and so much more!
Phone: (508) 619-3174
Delicious Homemade Ice Cream
A Cape Cod landmark! Sundae School opened its doors on May 26, 1976 and have been serving ice cream and frozen yogurt that are made on the premises in small batches using only the finest ingredients available.Visit their other locations at 606 Main St. in Harwich Port and 210 Main St. in East Orleans!
Phone: (508) 394-9122
Seagulls Ice Cream & Soda Fountain
Delicious Ice Cream, Fun Flavors and Signature Sundaes
Ever want to feel like a kid in a candy store? Well this ice cream parlor lets you pick your flavors, pick your toppings and make a custom sundae! Feeling thirsty? Order a craft soda with your choice of hard or soft serve ice cream. If you feel overwhelmed by the choices, choose one of their signature sundaes. Seagulls is a must stop for ice cream! Open year-round.
Cape Cod Creamery
Homemade Ice Cream with fun names
Homemade ice cream with funs names such as Allen Harbor almond joy, Cummaquid coconut and Dennis double chocolate. With wraparound porch, Adirondack chairs and umbrella-topped tables, this has become a great spot for locals and travelers to spend time at. Also visit their year-round Hyannis location.
Phone: (508) 398-8400
The Brewster Scoop
Friendly, Historical Ice Cream
Located on picturesque Route 6A, the Brewster Scoop serves over 30 flavors of rich ice cream, delicious sundaes, fizzling floats, and frappes.
Phone: (508) 896-7824
More Choices for Ice Cream:
Four Seas Ice Cream- Centerville
Kennedy Bragging Rights
A former blacksmith shop, Four Seas has been making ice cream at this spot since 1934, making it the third oldest ice cream parlor in New England. Their fresh peach ice cream was served at Caroline Kennedy's wedding rehearsal dinner! Open year round.
Phone: (508) 775-1394
Polar Cave Ice Cream Parlour- Mashpee
Famous for its "Mystery" flavors
Father-daughter owned and run, this parlor features a bright pink facade and funky decor, including a collection of 2,000 Coca Cola bottles. More than 50 flavors are available daily, including New England favorite; grapenut.
Phone: (508) 477-5553