Ice Cream and Gelato in Oakville

Temps are rising and I can’t think of a better way to cool down than with a frosty dessert! Read on for your guide to the hottest local spots for gelato, frozen yogurt, and ice cream in Oakville!

Note: As businesses start to reopen after being closed as a precaution against COVID19, opening dates and hours of operation will fluctuate. We do our best to stay on top of these changes but always call ahead to avoid disappointment. 

The Best Ice Cream in Oakville

Duckie's Dairy Bar

Duckie's Dairy Bar is located at Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park and will be opening for the season on May 21st - mark your calendars!

La Dolce Vita

La Dolce Vita is now open for walk-ins and curbside pickup for pre-orders. Their full gelato and espresso bar is available, too!

Marylebone

Marylebone has great reviews and their menu boasts everything you can make with ice cream! You can order online or through your favourite delivery app now. Closed Monday and Tuesday, open 2 pm - 9 pm Wednesday thru Saturday, 2 pm - 6 pm on Sundays.

The Flavour Fox

The Flavour Fox in Oakville makes their gelato, sorbet and yogurt in the traditional Italian way. Also, try their vegan selections. Currently, they are open for curbside pickups and walkup ordering.

Hippie Pops

Hippie Pops may not officially be ice cream but their delicious frozen pops are bursting with natural fruit flavour. They use fresh fruits and plant-based ingredients, organic teas coconut and hemp milk, always made from scratch and sweetened to taste. All Hippie Pops are plant-based and free of gluten, preservatives, additives and artificial colour. No Nuts either!

Multi-Location Ice Cream Shops

Baskin Robbins is celebrating almost 40 years in Canada, and Oakville has 2 parlours to cool you down.

Dairy Queen is a staple ice cream parlous with multiple spots around town to cool down at.

Marble Slab Creamery has gotten rave reviews for their delicious and unique spin on mixing in your chosen toppings. Their only Oakville location is on Lakeshore.

Yogurty’s website isn’t working very well, but they’re a fun stop for build-your-own froyo sundaes.

If you have another sweet spot in Burlington, share it in the comments, or email is us here.

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