Jennifer: Fire & Ice, Where to Cool Down When the Heat’s on

Fire & Ice

As predicted, we missed much of spring in Kansas City. Instead, we went straight to hot and humid.

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3 Responses to Jennifer: Fire & Ice, Where to Cool Down When the Heat’s on

  1. Anonymous says:

    jjskck
    I would add Aunt Jean’s in downtown Shawnee (just west of Johnson Drive and Nieman). Another small, locally-owned operation with about 18 flavors of gelato and sorbet at any given time. Their trademark is Celebration Cake, which is gelato that tastes like wedding cake icing. My wife had flavor flashbacks (in a good way) for a week after her first try.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Tony
    I came to write the same thing as jjskck. Aunt Jean’s is quietly the best gelato joint in town, hands down. If you skip out on a locally owned gem like Aunt Jean’s to waste your money at Sheridan’s somebody needs to come hit you in the head and take your kids away.

  3. Anonymous says:

    mcnasty
    Miami Ice on 39th across from the Frak should also be considered.

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