These are the Toronto ice cream parlours to hit up for takeout or delivery

May 26 2020, 6:00 pm

Here comes the sun, Toronto! And you know what that means: it’s ice cream season.

After all that spring has put us through, the return of creamy treats atop waffle cones offers a brief respite in the form of innocence, sweetness, and play.

If you — like us — are in the mood for something fun, consult this list for the spots offering ice cream to-go (or even for delivery) across Toronto right now:

Butter Baker


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This spot’s Bay and Dundas location is open daily from noon to 6 pm with an in-store limit of two customers at one time. You can also place orders online for next-day delivery. On top of their delightful ice cream offerings (Baker’s Tiramisu), you can also indulge in cake, cookies, sweetbreads, and more. All the better to eat ice cream with, we’d say…

Address: 120 Dundas Street West
Phone: 416-971-8686

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Death in Venice


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It’s not ice cream, it’s gelato. Made with local dairy and produce, the flavours that come out of this gelato shop are wild. A spicy chocolate, cheeseboard, corn-on-the-cob type of wild. Officially reopened, you can drop by the Dundas West storefront and grab yourself a sweet treat to go.

Address: 1418 Dundas Street West


iHalo Krunch


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Famous for their Ube Nut ice cream — a twist of ube and coconut charcoal soft serve — iHalo Krunch is open for grab-and-go or curbside pickup from 1 pm to 10 pm Friday to Sunday, and from 3 pm to 10 pm from Tuesday to Thursday. Oh, and they offer delivery on Door Dash and Uber Eats until 2 am every single day. 

Address: 831 Queen Street West
Phone: 647-505-3777

Address: Vaughan Mills — 1 Bass Pro Mills Drive, Vaughan  


Eva’s Original Chimney


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Eva’s is known for its chimney cones, made from their traditional chimney cakes, and you can officially stop by the Port Credit location to grab one of those to go. Loaded cups of ice creamy goodness are also available for delivery through the eatery’s website. From each sale, $0.50 goes to the Daily Bread Food Bank in Toronto. 

Address: 454 Bloor Street West
Phone: 416-697-8884

Address: 53 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga
Phone: 416-697-8884

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Bang Bang


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Bang Bang has some unreal flavours — ranging from Soybean Walnut to Avocado, plus everything in between. Of course, we’d be remiss not to mention that you must pair your sweet treat with one of the spot’s egg waffle cones, cinnamon buns, or giant, gooey cookies, in order to get the most out of the experience.

They’re open for takeout, but keep your distance from other people, people.

Address: 93 Ossington Avenue
Phone: 647-348-1900


RuRu Baked


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This ice cream is different for one reason: custard. It’s made with custard. Creamy, refreshing, bursting with fresh flavour, and made with no artificial preservatives or stabilizers, you can preorder pints of this sinfully good dessert at noon on Thursdays, for pickup at Empire Espresso.

Address: 668 College Street


With files from Adrian Zee

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