5 Ice Cream Shops in São Paulo That You Must Visit

Summer ends on March 21, but whoever loves a good ice cream does not care about what season of the year it will be eaten - because all the time is a good time for ice cream!

São Paulo has a wide variety of ice cream shops, ranging from the classic chocolate flavor to the more exotic fruit like cupuaçu. In addition, it has vegetarian and vegan options that demystify the myth that theses alternatives are not as delicious as those that have products of animal origin. 

Check out a list with 5 ice cream shops in São Paulo that you must visit!

Ice Cream Shops in São Paulo

  • Dona Nuvem

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Inaugurated in September 2017, Dona Nuvem serves different ice creams. The proposal is an ordinary ice cream cone that wins a cotton candy wheel around it, like a cloud itself.

Moreover, there are even more special versions like “Mermaid” and “Unicorn”, wich carry chocolate “props” in their respective formats. There are also classic flavors like chocolate, vanilla and some fruits. Every week has a vegan flavor.

Price: R$ 12 to R$ 16

Address: Augusta Street, 1524, Store 12, Consolação - Near Consolação subway station

Sunday: 2 pm to 6 pm; Monday: closed; Tuesday to Friday: 12 pm to 7:30 pm; Saturday: 1 pm to 7 pm.

  • Frutos do Brasil

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If you like to take a chance and enjoy trying unusual flavors, you should go to Frutos do Brasil. The ice cream shop offers flavors like tamarind, cupuaçu, jabuticaba, ginger, acerola, cashew, cajá, buriti, mangaba, tapioca and several others.

But don’t worry if you prefer the common way: options like chocolate, coconut and strawberry are also on the menu. You can consume by weight or buying popsicles.

Addresses: Áurea Street, 351, Vila Mariana - Near Ana Rosa and Vila Mariana subway stations and Aimberê Street, 493, Perdizes - Near Vila Madalena and Palmeiras Barra Funda subway stations

  • Alaska 

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Beyond ice creams, Alaska also offers a trip to the past. Opened in 1910, the establishment serves classic ice creams, such as banana split, in glass bowls or platters.

Take you earphones to listen to Elvis Presley or The Beatles while you eat, because it will be difficult not to associate the environment and the desserts to the 1950 and 1960’s.

It is the right place for those who like common flavors like chocolate, strawberry and cream, as there are not many different options, at most a crunchy or mint.

Price: R$ 17 to R$ 120

Address: Dr. Rafael de Barros Street, 70, Paraíso - Near Brigadeiro and Paraíso subway stations

Sunday: 9 am to 11h30 pm; Monday: closed; Tuesday to Thursday: 9 am to 12 am; Friday: 9 am to 1 am; Saturday: 9 am to 12 am

  • Peccati

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Bringing the Italian gelato recipe to Brazil, Peccati - sin, in Italian - offers lots of flavors for ice cream and derivative lovers.

Some of them are: belgian chocolate, cookies, almond crunchy, milk sweet, guava, mango, pitaya, caramel banana, green apple and even diet options like walnuts, strawberry and apricot.

Price: From R$ 8

Address: Assungui Street, 806, Jardim da Saúde - Near Alto do Ipiranga subway station

Sunday: 12 pm to 8 pm; Monday: closed; Tuesday to Thursday: 12 pm to 7 pm; Friday to Saturday: 12 pm to 8 pm 

  • Veganeria Stuzzi

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Are you vegan? No problem, there are options for you too! Veganeria Stuzzi is the vegan branch of the traditional Stuzzi ice cream shop.

Using ingredients like coconut oil and chestnut milk, the establishment has delicious flavors like orange with raspberry, blackberry, sicilian lemon, blueberry mousse, among others.

Beyond ice cream, the place also offers coffees, juices, cakes and savory meals like breads and pies, everything vegan.

Address: Harmonia Street, 506, Sumarezinho - Near Vila Madalena, Sumaré and Fradique Coutinho subway stations

Sunday to Saturday: 9 am to 8 pm