Little Man Ice Cream
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- 84%Family Travelers
- 75%Adventure Travelers
- 75%Local Culture
- 63%Budget Travelers
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- Little Man Ice CreamMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 8
The ice cream here has excellent texture and lots of taste and flavor. I didn't particularly like the flavor I chose, which was a favorite for a lot of people (salted Oreo). It was too salty and I couldn't even finish it. I did have a taste of my co-worker's ice cream and that was good. Next time I'll stick with the traditional stuff.
The line here is long, but goes by pretty fast. The seating is outdoor, and the bathroom is actually away from the store and you need a key. Great area in Denver and it was a nice, brisk walk from Downtown.
- Little Man Ice CreamFirst to Review
Little Man Ice Cream is a popular--and so tasty--stop on a balmy evening. The ice cream is hand crafted in small batches, typically using local and organic ingredients. Flavors change daily but I have never been disappointed by the selection or quality. The prices are decent too--$2.50-4--though you can get a tiny scoop for a buck (perfect for kids or if you just want a small sugar high). Located just over the bridge from downtown in the LoHi neighborhood--look for the *enormous* old-fashioned milk jug that houses the place. It's almost impossible to miss.Recommended for:
- Little Man Ice CreamMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily Travelers+ 4
Little Man Ice Cream sits in the Lo-Hi neighborhood in Denver. It is a focal point to the community. When we visited, there was a farmer's market and hip hop blasting in the plaza. Plan on waiting in a long line for a cone when the weather is nice!Recommended for:
- Little Man Ice Cream