I can't remember the last time I went to a regular ice cream shop... In the last couple years, I've only eaten frozen treats at self-serve frozen yogurt shops where you can pile all on all the fun toppings that you want and swirl together whatever odd combination of flavors you're in the mood for.
However, this week I fell back in love with a traditional ice cream shop:
Nokomis Groves is a little 3rd generation mom&pop ice cream shop and citrus/gift store right outside of Venice, Florida. It's right next to their huge citrus orchard so everything they sell is super fresh and in season.
Their art sculptures and paintings are SO fun, fit right in with the positive atmosphere of the place.
|High-five buddy, your ice cream is phenomenal|
|Tappan pretending to climb up the mural on the wall|
|I had pineapple and key-lime twist. |
Tasted so crisp, tart and fresh.
|Tappan ate the popular orange-vanilla twist.|
Tasted JUST like a creamsicle...
Usually I'm fro-yo all the way, but Nokomis Groves has made me reconsider...