Cones Ice Cream is a downtown favorite and a city staple when it comes to a refreshing treat during the hot summertime. Located in the heart of the West Village, Cones Ice Cream Artisans serves mouth-watering hand-made ice cream made from scratch at the rear of the parlor! Do try the Crème Brûlée.
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Sunday through Thursday: 1pm to 11pm
Friday and Saturday: 1pm to midnight or 1am - call
1, A, B, C, D, E, F & V trains
subway walking directions
1 train, exit Christopher Street at Sheridan Square: walk 2 blocks South down 7th Avenue to Bleecker Street; walk 11/2 blocks East (left) on Bleecker Street.
A, B, C, D, E, F & V trains, exit West 4th Street: walk 1 block West on Cornelia Street to Bleecker Street; walk 1 1/2 blocks North (right) on Bleecker Street.
Simplicity is the first ingredient at Cones Ice Cream Artisans, a fantastic ice cream parlor that has been part of the West Village since 2002. Really masters of their trade, each flavor is made from scratch using all natural ingredients. The flavors are so fresh and so vibrant, made from seasonal fruits. Where else can you get a cone of watermelon, lemonade or even cantaloupe?
The owners of Cones are originally from Argentina, a dairy rich country where ice cream making is an art, and you can tell. It's all made daily on the premises, just try our favorites: the creamy white chocolate or the tiramisu. Choose from a sugar cone or a larger waffle cone, or you may just want to enjoy a scoop from a cup, toped with a dollop of fresh homemade whipped cream. Custom cakes are made with all the same fresh ingredients, frosted with the same fluffy whipped cream icing, but since Cones also packs by the pints and quarts for take out, it is also an excellent excuse to indulge in an evening stroll.