11 Trendy New York City Ice Cream Creations to Try This National Ice Cream Month

National Ice Cream Month is officially upon us, and New York City has plenty of great places to celebrate.

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A churro ice cream cone and a toasted marshmallow topping? What more could you want from a summer treat. ChikaLicious can be found in the East Village.
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Taiyaki NYC makes fish-shaped ice cream cones and has interesting Japanese toppings and flavors like red bean, mochi, matcha and black sesame. You can find these unique ice cream cones in Chinatown.
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The specialty at Wu Kong is an ice cream cone wrapped in cotton candy and topped with colorful toppings. The end result is definitely Instagram-worthy. Little Italy is where to find this sweet treat.
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Embrace your inner child and get a cereal or candy-covered ice cream cone from Emack & Bolio’skosher ice cream shop. Emack & Bolio's has locations in Brooklyn, the Upper East Side and the Upper West Side.
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Morgenstern's features delicious homemade ice cream, sorbets and vegan ice cream options with unusual flavors. Try the black coconut ash flavor if you’re in the mood for something unique. Morgenstern's is in Nolita.
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Soft Swerve is an all soft serve ice cream shop. The trendiest flavor is Ube and it has a purple hue. This trendy ice cream is based in Nolita.
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At the Magnum pop-up you can create your own Magnum bar. You can choose everything from the type of chocolate to interesting toppings like rose petals or gold flakes. This pop-up is in the Meatpacking District though September.
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Every month in the summer, Dominique Ansel Kitchen creates a new unique soft serve treat. The most recent creation is watermelon soft serve held by a slice of watermelon with chocolate "seeds." These unique treats are found in Greenwich Village.
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Looking for a little extra buzz with your ice cream? Try the 21 and over ice cream “barlour” Tipsy Scoop. The alcoholic ice cream and sorbet is located in Kips Bay.
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Try a Hong Kong egg waffle filled with the ice cream and toppings of your choice at Eggloo. The waffles are crispy on the outside and cake-like on the inside. This waffle-ice cream combo is found Lower Manhattan.
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Snowdays serves up their take on Taiwanese and Korean shaved ice. Their shaved cream has the texture of snow but is creamy like ice cream. The flavors are inspired by the diversity of New York City. Snowdays has locations in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.
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