Vic’s Ice Cream Parlor and Quickly’s: Sacramento’s Best Stops for Ice Cream and Boba Teas


vic's ice cream

You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream. But seriously, who doesn’t love ice cream?

If you live or are near the Sacramento area, you must go to Land Park area and go to Vic’s Ice Cream. Vic’s Ice Cream is a family owned, old-fashioned, ice cream parlor. It has been around since the 1950s and it has maintained it old-fashioned feel.

Vic's Ice Cream has maintained it's vintage style over the decades

Vic’s Ice Cream has maintained it’s vintage style over the decades

The ice cream is incredibly creamy and delicious since it is made there and is fresh. The best part about this place is that it is very cheap compared to the great amount they serve you. You definitely get a bang of ice cream for your buck. They have a variety of flavors year-around but have specialty flavors in certain seasons.

My favorite flavor is the cherry amaretto: rich ice cream full of cherries and almonds.  You really can’t go wrong with any flavor, though.

This place is a real hidden gem in Sacramento, located on 3199 Riverside Boulevard in Sacramento.

Another place that is very close by is Quickly’s. Boba and milk teas seemed to be very popular at the moment and if you want to fit in or just quickly'stry something new, make sure to swing by. They  have over 50 different options to choose from,  plus yummy snacks to pick from like criss-cross fries and chicken tenders.

My favorite milk tea is the jasmine milk tea with light boba.

Another perk  of Quickly’s is that is has free wi-fi, and is conveniently located on  2100 16th Street in Sacramento.

Either place is a great place to stop by on a summer day, or any day you’re up to try something delicious!

Check out my radio show on kssu.com,  La Hora Mas Cool on Monday nights at 9pm-10pm DJ Omar and Leslie V!

 

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  1. Leslie Valdivia says:

    Reblogged this on My Blog.

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