It’s that time of year. The time when your post-dinner sweet treat is an easy choice. Ice cream! Toronto ice cream shops are boomin’ this time of year and if you’re unsure which spot to check out first, we have you covered.

Here are 10 ice cream spots to hit up in Toronto.

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Dutch Dreams 

Located at St. Clair and Bathurst Dutch Dreams has every ice cream flavour you can ever want from Heavenly Hash to Pistachio to New York Cheesecake.

Where: 36 Vaughan Rd

Super Serve 

If you love soft serve this is the spot for you. Original soft serve swirl is available but there are also a handful of add-ons including milk crumb, strawberries, pretzels and more.

Where: 562 Dundas St W

Ruru Baked

This west-end gem has lots of amazing flavours including bookie butter cheesecake ice cream with chunks of biscoff cookies – yum!

Where: 659 Lansdowne Ave

Good Behaviour 

Good Behaviour has a few Toronto locations so be sure to pick up a pint of one of their unique flavours including Blake Sesame, Banana Frosted Flakes and Carrot Cake.

Where: 342 Westmoreland Ave N, 1324A Gerrard St E, 335 Queen St W

The Big Chill


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With over 30 flavours of ice cream to choose from and over 20 fixings, there are hundreds of possible creations at The Big Chill!

Where: 566 College St

Ed’s Real Scoop 

Simple and delicious. Ed’s is one of Toronto’s most well-known and reliable ice cream spots!

Where: 189 Roncesvalles Ave, 920 Queen St E, 2224 Queen St E

Summer’s Ice Cream

Yorkville’s popular ice cream shop has flavours such as Coconut Cream, Birthday Cake and Toronto Pothole, a fan favourite and Summer’s original made with chunks of almonds, marshmallows, peanuts, and chocolate chunks – yum!

Where: 101 Yorkville Ave

Bar Ape 

Bar Ape has a rotating list of gelato soft serve flavours to indulge in but make sure to bring cash as they don’t accept cards.

Where: 283 Rushton Rd


This popular spot serves homemade ice cream and cookies. Eat them separately or order them as an ice cream sandwich!

Where: 16 Vaughan Road

Bang Bang

This Ossington gem will likely have a lineup if you visit on a warm day but it’s worth the wait for one of their scoops or ice cream sandwiches.

Where: 93A Ossington Ave

Whether it’s on a sunny day or a rainy day there is truly no bad time for ice cream, Toronto!