Dominique Ansel Kitchen’s Soft Serve Window Is Kicking Off The Season With a New Cold Brew Flavor

The West Village pop-up is officially back

The soft serve ice cream window is located at the Dutch door on the side of the restaurant.

New York City’s Dominique Ansel Kitchen is officially bringing its soft serve ice cream window back for the season, and it will be offering a rotation of new frozen flavors all summer long. For the first time, the pop-up will have two flavors available at a time.

The pop-up, located at 137 Seventh Avenue South, will carry its signature burrata soft serve throughout the season, a “creamy and milky” flavor served with balsamic caramel, microbasil, and whole confit strawberries inside the cone.

Dominique Ansel Kitchen

The second flavor will change every month, with cold brew soft serve with anise biscotti and milk foam being available through June; white peach soft serve with salted pistachios and lavender honey appearing in July; and dark chocolate olive oil soft serve with fig agrodolce and sea salt in August.

Dominique Ansel Kitchen

According to the restaurant, all ice cream is made from scratch using fresh milk and served in handmade honey-tuile waffle cones.

Dominique Ansel Kitchen’s soft serve ice cream window will be open from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Thursday, 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday.


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