Leopold’s Ice Cream

After enjoying our first few days in Atlanta, it was now time to say goodbye and make our way towards South Carolina.  But not without a stop in Savannah.  Walking along the Savannah River and making our way through the multitude of squares dedicated to historical figures definitely works up the sweat in the humidity.  Nothing like something cold to put the body at ease.  Let’s head to Leopold’s for some refreshing ice cream.

leopolds2.jpgAs you can see, we had to eat fast as the heat was getting to our delectable goodies.  Karen got a waffle cone filled with their Chocolate Chewies and Cream.  My wife loved it and I did as well (at least what I was able to sneak in.)  On the right was my Chocolate Nut Sundae with Peanut Butter Chippy Ice Cream.  Hot fudge, whipped cream, a cherry, and Georgia pecans join the sundae party which just added to the ice cream.  Now I am not usually a fan of peanut butter ice cream (although I love peanut butter flavor wherever I can get it especially Reese’s) but I was pleasantly surprised at how well this one worked.  It was quite literally like peanut butter cup ice cream.  What’s not to like?  This was a great way to end our day in Savannah.  Find their website here to take a look at what they offer.

Leopold’s Ice Cream
212 E. Broughton St.
Savannah, Georgia

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2 thoughts on “Leopold’s Ice Cream

  1. stretchingittotravel July 11, 2014 at 11:30 am Reply

    That looks yummy!

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