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Enjoyed the unique flavors, ice cream is a favorite dessert. Definitely worth a try but not my favorite. Looking to try another flavor soon.
The server was a bit cranky and unhelpful, maybe just a bad day. I would go back if I was in...More
Love the idea of this, and hopeful to try again! When we got there, the flavors were limited and the overall quality was a little sandy/icy/grainy for ice cream. We just recently tasted 5 of the best ice cream places in Denver, so admittedly I...More
This is a walk-up window. Ice cream is $5 for a pretty large scoop in a cup and they had about six flavors from which to choose. The day we went the flavors were (1) vanilla, caramel and brownie, (2) Saturday breakfast cereal, (3) red...More
My wife & I had one scoop each of Black Cat's ice cream on a cloudy but warm September day, while we were visiting the Pappajohn Sculpture Park nearby. She tried something with chocolate & caramel & nuts; I had the Bananas Foster. Both were...More
We drove around the block before we realized that this shop is just a window in the side of a building. There is a gravel parking lot beside the building. There were a limited number of ice cream flavors written on a chalkboard on the...More
My son and I tried Black Cat Ice Cream, which is in downtown Des Moines, contrary to the listing here which has it in West Des Moines. It is across from the Sculpture Park in the back of the Gas Lamp pub on 15th off...More
We parked our car on Grand by the Sculpture Park, walked up to the window (you don't go inside), ordered our ice cream, then ate it while walking in the Sculpture Park. For $5, you get two nice scoops. Interesting flavors like butter cookie dough,...More
You order your original, homemade ice cream through a hole in the wall of the local jazz club. It is $5 a cup of ice cream. It is very rich and creamy. You get it in a white paper cup with a tiny silver spoon....More