The latest entry in our “Ice Cream Diaries” is a spot that serves Mexican-style, fruit-based ice cream and popsicles (called paletas) in West Chicago. It is La Michoacana.
Ice Cream Diaries
The latest entry in our “Ice Cream Diaries” is a family-owned shop that makes for a perfect stop when walking or playing on the Batavia Riverwalk.
Frost Gelato in downtown Naperville offers a huge selection of flavors that are made fresh daily in store. Employees are friendly and always happy to offer samples!
For the latest entry in the “Ice Cream Diaries,” we take a trip to West Chicago to check out a delicious version of the traditional, fruity Mexican ice pops known as paletas.
Kimmer’s is located near downtown St. Charles and offers your classic ice cream flavors as well as gourmet scoops such as Aztec chocolate, honey with lavender infusion, and red velvet cake.
Anyone who appreciates Americana, the 1950s, ice cream or a good deal will enjoy the Huntley Dairy Mart, where you walk up to an outdoor window to place your order.
The Dairy Hut in Oswego is located on Main Street, and that’s perfect, because it seems as American as apple pie — even if that’s an odd comparison to make for an ice cream spot.
Graham’s Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream in downtown Geneva features a charming location, awesome ice cream and chocolates, and Adirondack chairs that have become famous in the Fox Valley.
Ollie’s, which has been around for more than 25 years, operates out of a modest building just off a main drag of DeKalb Avenue/Route 23 in Sycamore, just a few blocks from its boundary with DeKalb.
The Dairy Joy in Hinckley has been around since 1957, and the building does indeed look like it was pulled straight out of a 1950s Coca-Cola magazine advertisement. You can order at the walk-up window, or you can head inside and order at a window there.