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Treat yourself to these local ice cream joints on National Ice Cream Cone Day

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Every day is a good day for ice cream in Utah County, but we’re not complaining about another excuse to scream for ice cream. These four locally-based ice cream establishments are perfect for celebrating National Ice Cream Cone Day.

BYU Creamery

Instead of an ice cream cone, the BYU Creamery also makes ice cream cakes like this Graham Canyon Ice Cream slice of ice cream heaven. (Photo by BYU Photo)

Instead of an ice cream cone, the BYU Creamery also makes ice cream cakes like this Graham Canyon Ice Cream slice of ice cream heaven. (Photo by BYU Photo)

A tradition that keeps former students from around the world coming back, the BYU Creamery has classic favorites such as Graham Canyon as well as new additions like Rose’s Sneakerdoodle, which was added last year. The bad news is you can only find this creamy goodness in Provo at the Creamery on 9th.

Rockwell Ice Cream

Rockwell makes premium ice cream fresh everyday, with hand-extracted and well-formulated flavors. (Photo courtesy Rockwell Ice Cream)

Rockwell makes premium ice cream fresh everyday, with hand-extracted and well-formulated flavors. (Photo by Explore Provo)

This old-fashioned ice cream store recently settled in downtown Provo with its flavorful and fresh ice cream. We’ve heard some bees buzzing — aka Mary Crafts-Homer in her restaurant review — about Honey Comb.

Roll With It

Roll With It is in the same building as Good Thyme, a fresh, local food restaurant in downtown Provo. (Photo by Alisha Gallagher/UV Mag)

Roll With It is in the same building as Good Thyme, a fresh, local food restaurant in downtown Provo. (Photo by Alisha Gallagher/UV Mag)

Scraping a literal twist on your traditional bowl of ice cream, Roll With It allows you to choose a flavor, add your toppings and roll it up into frozen goodness. Roll on over to downtown Provo to get a taste of this unique ice cream joint.

Sub Zero Ice Cream

SWEET SURVIVAL “‘Quite frankly, we would not have survived without the attention we received from being on ‘Shark Tank,’” Jerry Hancock says.

SWEET SURVIVAL “‘Quite frankly, we would not have survived without the attention we received from being on ‘Shark Tank,’” Jerry Hancock says.

This is a real cold one. Sub Zero Ice Cream, the No. 21 UV50 Fastest-Growing Company in 2016, uses liquid nitrogen to freeze the cream right before your eyes. It has multiple Utah County locations including three in Provo, Alpine and Spanish Fork.

If you want a more in-depth video on the three downtown Provo ice cream joints — Rockwell Ice Cream, Roll With It and Sub Zero Ice Cream — watch the video with Provo Mayor John Curtis below.

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