There is just something about enjoying ice cream at your favorite ice cream shop that slows down life a little bit. Whether your family is searching for an old-fashioned scoop or something out of the ordinary, you can find it at our favorite ice cream shops.
PrincetonScoop Kid’s Kid Friendly Ice Cream Shops
- Thomas Sweet is undoubtedly a favorite of ours in Princeton. If there is one thing that kids love maybe more than ice cream, it’s candy! Thomas Sweet’s signature blend-ins let kids big and small have their dreams come true by blending their homemade ice cream and your favorite candy into a fun creation.The kids will love making funny faces in the fun house mirror while they wait! Thomas Sweet is located at 183 Nassau Street Princeton, NJ.
- Made with locally produced ice cream from their own dairy farm a few miles away, we’ve found that Halo Pub offers an old-fashioned ice cream experience. When your family wants a simple scoop (or two) of creamy hard ice cream, Halo Pub is the place to go. Enjoy your ice cream outside of the library on Witherspoon Street. Halo Pub is located at 9 Hulfish Street Princeton, NJ.
- Of course, New Jersey’s best town to raise a family, Pennington, has one of our favorite ice cream shops for kids – Uncle Ed’s. We’ve found Uncle Ed’s is easy to find by the wonderful aroma of chocolate that just seems to fill the air. If you get lucky, you may be served by Ed himself! Uncle Ed’s is a place where the community converges on a hot summer day and your kids (and you) are likely to see an old friend or neighbor. Uncle Ed’s Creamery is located at 155 W. Delaware Ave. Pennington, NJ.
What’s your family’s favorite local ice cream shop?