Rolled Ice Cream on the 400 Block

IceBerg brings frozen yogurt, smoothies, more Kahwa Coffee and, soon, Thai rolled ice cream to the 400 Block of Central Avenue. The space for frozen treats is located at 449 Central Avenue, Suite 102.


Sunshine served by the cup

Decadent smoothie options include the Love Sunshine — kiwi, banana, orange juice, honey — and the Sunrise Sunset — strawberry, pineapple, mango, orange juice. Smoothies cost just under $5 for a 16 oz. cup. Their vanilla frappuccino is a perfect weekend treat, as well.


Bounty of froyo flavors and toppings

While Iceberg waits for their rolled ice cream machine to arrive they’re serving up frozen yogurt, $0.59/oz., with a bounty of toppings to satisfy your sweet tooth. You can also get your caffeine fix with a caramel macchiato, cappuccino, latte and espresso. The rolled ice cream machine is expected to arrive sometime in early March.

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Food trend makes its way downtown

For the uninitiated, rolled ice cream is East-Asian style of creating the dessert. First, a steel pan is chilled to -35 degrees. Dairy/Soy milk is then poured onto the pan along with a variety of flavors and fruits. After about two-three minutes the ice cream is rolled. The trend found its way to Tampa with Icesmile and Snobachi in 2016. We’re excited to see it find a home in the Burg’s burgeoning downtown area.

Written by Andrew Harlan

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