Its hot out.   And while some of our offices have cottages by the lake and shady forests to keep them cool (ahem, Prince Edward County, Muskoka, Haliburton and Collingwood…), Toronto has ice cream. If youre out looking at properties with our agents today, we recommend stopping at some of these ice cream shops for a cool-down break. Below is Chestnut Parks top five places to grab ice cream and beat this heat wave!  

Sweet Jesus

Sweet Jesus

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Where: John Street, Queen Street East, Eglinton Ave.  

With locations downtown, uptown and eastside their insanely outrageous cones piled up and loaded with toppings such as birthday cake and smores are sure to not only cool you off, but pleasantly satisfy you. These fancy cones have become famous on social media and make for fun photo opps.  

Bang Bang

Bang Bang Ice Cream

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Where: Ossington Ave.  

If small batch is your thing…so is Bang Bang ice cream. Get your fancy flavour stuffed in a cone, sandwiched between two cookies or scooped into a warm waffle. Tasty flavours include Fresh Mint, Burnt Toffee and Thank You Very Matcha.  

Fugo Desserts

Fugo Desserts

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Where: Dundas Street West  


At Fugo Desserts your ice cream isnt just ice cream…its ice cream created via cultured inspiration. Were serious. The Crispy Comb cone was inspired by a treat in South Korea and Cookie Monster will bring back childhood memories.  


Dutch Dreams

Dutch Dreams

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Where: Vaughan Road  


At Dutch Dreams its go big or go home. Their cones are covered in confectionary deliciousness and their ice cream is topped with fruit and and the toppings all sundae lovers only dream of.  Days like today are meant for ice cream bigger than your face.  


Ice Cream Junction

ice cream junction

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Where: The Junction  


This 50s inspired ice cream parlous takes things back to the simple life. If youre a no-frills kind of person and youre literally just looking for an ice cream cone, this stop boasts Kawartha Dairy ice cream and classic cones in a cutesy little ice cream parlour that takes you back to classic days.

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