There’s no better way to cool down in the summer heat than by indulging in a chilly treat. Here are some of the best ice cream spots at Yonge and Eglinton, that will be sure to keep you cool all season long.

Punto Gelato

Punto Gelato

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To have a taste of authentic, Italian gelato you’ll want to pay a visit to Punto Gelato. Established in 1995, Punto Gelato cares about tradition and the quality of their product, which is why their gelato is made with natural ingredients like fresh milk and seasonal fruit. You won’t find delicious flavours quite like their pistachio or tiramisu anywhere else, as their recipes have remained a secret for the 23 years they’ve been in business.

Milkcow Café

Milkcow Café

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Milkcow Café is well-known for bringing its delicious Korean soft serve to Canada. Its creamy ice cream and unique toppings have made it a must-try for ice cream lovers across the globe. A few items on the menu include the Black Pearl, with hazelnut syrup, sea salt and cocoball topping and the Santorini with Oreo, pistachio, cotton candy and tropical blue syrup.

Hotel Gelato

Hotel Gelato

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Hotel Gelato pride themselves on serving flavours that tantalize everyone’s taste buds. Not only do they have exclusive flavours like avocado, mojito and spicy Mayan chocolate, they also have sugar-free and lactose-free options, so everyone can indulge in their delicious chilly treats.

Sweet Jesus

Sweet Jesus

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Of course, no ice cream list would be complete without Sweet Jesus, known for their decadent ice cream creations. Their most popular menu items are their selection of soft serve cones, which are served with a variety of iconic toppings! Be sure to try their red rapture con, which is made with vanilla soft-serve and topped with red velvet cake, cream cheese icing, raspberry sauce and meringue crumble.

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