July … It is time for ice cream
This is the first installment of a series of entries I am writing about Lancaster City. First off, I do not live in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. I live about an hour outside of Lancaster, but I adore the city so much that I am there frequently. I visit local restaurants, I frequent the Central Market and I regularly shop at many of the stores in the City. Lancaster is beautiful, the people are friendly and there are tons of events to attend on the weekends. Personally, I love the history involved in Lancaster, but I also love the feel of the City. First stop in this segment: Ice Cream.
I admit, I am an ice cream addict. I can probably tell you where to find ice cream within a 45-mile radius of my house. In my mind, there is nothing better than the ice cream from Carmen & David’s Creamery. In addition, in the summer, there is definitely nothing better on a hot day than ice cream.
Carmen & David’s ice cream is not your average ice cream. It is smooth, creamy and like no other ice cream I have ever tasted. The flavors range from the common flavors such as chocolate (milk or dark), vanilla, strawberry, mint chocolate chip, etc. But then they also have flavors that change frequently such as: blackberry, peanut butter Oreo, banana bread, as well as sherbets and sorbets. I can honestly say I have never had a flavor of ice cream there that I did not enjoy.
One of the benefits of frequenting local shops is they can tell you exactly what is in the ice cream. Everything is made right there, and in my book that is a huge benefit.
I cannot say enough good things about Carmen and David’s Creamery. If you are in Lancaster, stop by and I promise you will not regret it.