It's cool and sweet and creamy and satisfying. And in Orlando, lucky for us, it's also pervasive. Are you a member of the Cult of Dole Whip? This fair city is its arguable Mecca, a place to which followers make regular pilgrimage to partake of this rare, fruity delight. So, too, do Potter fans clamor, because Diagon Alley is the only place in the world witches and wizards (and muggles, too, of course) can experience Universal's creamy Butterbeer soft serve at the moment. Looking for something a little more homespun? We've got those, too. College Park's Soda Fountain will be right up your alley with its egg creams and ice cream floats while over in the Audubon Park Garden District, Kelly's Homemade Ice Cream has a vast array of delicious handmade flavors. Pop into its spacious digs for a cone or a cup (or even a quart for your freezer) and stay awhile. They have games on-hand for the kiddies. Down in Kissimmee, you can add bounce houses to that formula, along with something of a show. Their downtown shop, Abracadabra Ice Cream Factory, makes custom servings using liquid nitrogen. And for those of you with little tolerance for lactose, several of our listed venues offer delightful dairy-free options. You won't miss it in the least.