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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Cleveland's Honey Hut Named on BuzzFeed's List of Ice Cream Shops To Visit Before You Die

Posted By on Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 4:47 PM

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The BuzzFeed team recently put together a list of ice cream shops to visit before you die and Ohio, it seems, is well represented. 

Cleveland-based Honey Hut came in at number 13, hailed for both its classic and modern varieties.
Why we’re screaming: Cleveland isn’t just for LeBron fanatics and disappointed football fans. Ice cream connoisseurs are in for a treat at Honey Hut (there is also a spot in nearby Brecksville). Inside, expect to find classics like cookies n’ cream and mint chocolate chip, along with surprises like honey pecan and orange blossom.
Columbus-based Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams ranked number five. 
Why we’re screaming: Jeni’s has “scoop shops” across the United States, but for the true ice cream aficionado, make a stop at the company’s original Columbus location. There you will find classics like salted caramel and constantly updated limited-edition and seasonal flavors like roasted strawberry buttermilk.
If you haven't yet popped in to these local creameries, do so now, before summer's end. 


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