America’s most nostalgic ice cream parlors



Leopold’s Ice Cream was founded in 1919 in Savannah, Ga. by three immigrant brothers from Greece. Now owned by the son of one of the original brothers, Leopold’s still serves handmade small batch ice cream from its 96-year-old recipes, like the famous Leopold’s Tutti-Frutti. Old-time fountain creations include banana splits, hot fudge sundaes, shakes, fruit sundaes, malts and ice cream sodas. Leopold also offers cafe specials like frozen hot chocolate (pictured), the Leopold Steamer and the Caffe Leopold with an ice cream scoop and a shot of espresso. Ice cream sodas are available in chocolate, vanilla, cherry or strawberry.

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