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Ice Cream Treat Refreshes DowntownIce Cream Treat Refreshes Downtown Featured Image: ‘071724-food-ice-cream 2.JPG’ The Colorado Springs State Gazette recently reported on the resurgence of ice cream shops in downtown Colorado Springs. The article highlights the opening of a new shop, Sweet Tooth, which is offering unique and delicious flavors to local residents and visitors alike. According to the Gazette, the ice cream scene in downtown Colorado Springs has been thriving in recent years, with several new shops opening up. This resurgence is attributed to the growing demand for artisanal and locally-sourced foods, as well as the increasing number of people living and working in the area. Sweet Tooth is one of the newest additions to the downtown ice cream scene. The shop is located on Tejon Street and features a rotating menu of 12 flavors, all of which are made with fresh, local ingredients. Some of the popular flavors include the Rocky Road made with local honey and chocolate, the Pistachio made with roasted pistachios from Colorado, and the Lavender Honey made with lavender from a local farm. The Gazette article also mentions other popular ice cream shops in downtown Colorado Springs, such as the Old Fashioned Soda Fountain and Confectionary Shoppe, which has been serving classic ice cream treats for over 100 years, and Scoops, which is known for its unique and creative flavors, like the Goat Cheese Chocolate Chip. The resurgence of ice cream shops in downtown Colorado Springs is a testament to the growing popularity of artisanal and locally-sourced foods in the area. Sweet Tooth and other shops like it are providing local residents and visitors with a delicious and refreshing way to cool down during the summer months.

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