Ice Cream Overload Cafe

★★★☆☆
  • 1450 W Horizon Ridge Pkwy.

    Henderson, NV 89012

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  • 702-260-2020

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Several of my friends went to the cafe which is around the corner from my home. The place was dead EMPTY! We all ordered our ice cream and we ended up spending nearly $100.The ice cream was creative in name only. When we were just about finished up, a woman who I am assuming was the owner came over and told us to keep it down because some of the other customers were complaining. WHAT CUSTOMERS???????Ambiance was great and the place was clean but I suspect that it's because no one ever uses it.

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Several of my friends went to the cafe which is around the corner from my home. The place was dead EMPTY! We all ordered our ice cream and we ended up spending nearly $100.The ice cream was creative in name only. When we were just about finished up, a woman who I am assuming was the owner came over and told us to keep it down because some of the other customers were complaining. WHAT CUSTOMERS???????Ambiance was great and the place was clean but I suspect that it's because no one ever uses it.

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Want to bring back fond memories of ice cream parlor trips you took as a kid to places like Farrells or create new fond memories for your kids? Here??s your ice cream paradise.

In fact, Guinness just recognized them for having the biggest ice cream menu in the world, and that??s quickly evident when you open up the large-sized menu to see 150 different ice cream dishes to choose from.

All are on the creative side, including ice cream dishes made to resemble bacon and eggs and sushi. Also have a kids menu and, most importantly, several low-calorie and sugar-free selections.

But forget the specifics? How??s the ambiance and, of course, how??s the ice cream.

For the parlor itself, think of Farrells in the 21st century. There??s a player-piano, though this one runs off digital files, and a plasma screen flashing charactures of the various flavors. Most impressive thing about the room is its size and layout that is very conducive to big groups and parties.

Unfortunately, the night my son and I took in was a weeknight and there were so few people inside that each of us could have had 31 flavors each of the 150-item menu to ourselves. Hopefully this isn??t a bad sign for the place, as they??re deserving of patronage, though I figure business kicks up on the weekends.

Now as for the ice cream, I??m not going to say it??s the best I??ve ever had? But the creativity of the dishes boosts the fun factor into five-star territory.

I had the Banana Scoopreme? Great mix of strawberry, chocolate and vanilla ice cream layered on top of a banana with crushed pineapple. Just great.

Son had the Spiderboy, which was strawberry sprinkled with red sugar crystals and gummy worms forming the legs. He loved it, especially getting a kick out of the worms.

We??re planning on making the place a weekly stop after soccer practice.

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★★★★★

Want to bring back fond memories of ice cream parlor trips you took as a kid to places like Farrells or create new fond memories for your kids? Here??s your ice cream paradise.

In fact, Guinness just recognized them for having the biggest ice cream menu in the world, and that??s quickly evident when you open up the large-sized menu to see 150 different ice cream dishes to choose from.

All are on the creative side, including ice cream dishes made to resemble bacon and eggs and sushi. Also have a kids menu and, most importantly, several low-calorie and sugar-free selections.

But forget the specifics? How??s the ambiance and, of course, how??s the ice cream.

For the parlor itself, think of Farrells in the 21st century. There??s a player-piano, though this one runs off digital files, and a plasma screen flashing charactures of the various flavors. Most impressive thing about the room is its size and layout that is very conducive to big groups and parties.

Unfortunately, the night my son and I took in was a weeknight and there were so few people inside that each of us could have had 31 flavors each of the 150-item menu to ourselves. Hopefully this isn??t a bad sign for the place, as they??re deserving of patronage, though I figure business kicks up on the weekends.

Now as for the ice cream, I??m not going to say it??s the best I??ve ever had? But the creativity of the dishes boosts the fun factor into five-star territory.

I had the Banana Scoopreme? Great mix of strawberry, chocolate and vanilla ice cream layered on top of a banana with crushed pineapple. Just great.

Son had the Spiderboy, which was strawberry sprinkled with red sugar crystals and gummy worms forming the legs. He loved it, especially getting a kick out of the worms.

We??re planning on making the place a weekly stop after soccer practice.

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