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Green-Roofed Ample Hills Kiosk Scoops Up Local Ice Cream at Brooklyn Bridge Park

by , 07/23/13
filed under: Architecture,Brooklyn,Food

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The Ample Hills Creamery outpost is located at Pier 5 of Brooklyn Bridge Park, right between the beach volleyball courts and picnic/BBQ area. The ice cream is handcrafted right in Brooklyn in small batches, and owner Brian Smith takes pride in the company’s use of local, fresh and all natural milk, cream and eggs. According to Ample Hills’ website, they only use products from hormone-free, grass-fed cows and chickens.

The main Ample Hills ice cream parlor is located at 623 Vanderbilt Ave. in Prospect Heights, and boasts 24 delectable flavors such as Maple Bacon, Stout ‘n’ Pretzels, and Salted Crack Caramel. But if you’re looking for a quick ‘scream fix, the Pier 5 kiosk has a sampling of ten flavors as well as other desserts, beverages and bites. The concession stand is open Sunday-Monday, 12pm-8pm (weather permitting).

+ Ample Hills Creamery at Brooklyn Bridge Park

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