Haagen-Dazs

★★★★★
Sinfully good ice cream for grown-up palates.
  • 56 E San Francisco St

    Santa Fe, NM 87501

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  • 505-988-3858

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Well, leave it to Citysearch to completely forget to mention that this location also is a bakery. Along with an ice cream fix, you can get a pastry and cake fix as well. From cakes, such as a Raspberry Buuttercreme to New York Cheesecake, the quaint shop boasts an end less supply of sweet goodness. Along with a fast and knowledgeable staff you should be in and out in no time. But, if you can find a seat, grab a chair and ask Fred (the owner) about life in New Hampshire (where he's from) and you'll be good for a 30 minute conversation. I would highly recommend this destination for business-folk who are looking for a bite to eat before their conference/business meeting. Hours are normally from 7 AM until approximately 11 PM. Times change according to season, but ont thing never changes.....their ice creme and cakes.

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★★★★★

Well, leave it to Citysearch to completely forget to mention that this location also is a bakery. Along with an ice cream fix, you can get a pastry and cake fix as well. From cakes, such as a Raspberry Buuttercreme to New York Cheesecake, the quaint shop boasts an end less supply of sweet goodness. Along with a fast and knowledgeable staff you should be in and out in no time. But, if you can find a seat, grab a chair and ask Fred (the owner) about life in New Hampshire (where he's from) and you'll be good for a 30 minute conversation. I would highly recommend this destination for business-folk who are looking for a bite to eat before their conference/business meeting. Hours are normally from 7 AM until approximately 11 PM. Times change according to season, but ont thing never changes.....their ice creme and cakes.

Pros: staff, food and customers.

Cons: a little pricy on some i tems, but you have to take into concideration that is IS Santa Fe.

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This freezer-isle ice cream, which had humble beginnings in the 1920s, has been sold in franchised shops since 1976. Small and neat, the unassuming shops are devoid of splashy colors or cartoon characters. Ice cream…

 

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