Route 66 Ice Cream Shops
Route 66 Ice Cream
Route 66 Ice Cream
There is nothing better than a drive on
Historic Route 66 and stopping for ice cream.
Route 66 Cream Shops - Page 2
Circle Inn Malt Shop
171 N. Old Highway 66
Bourbon, MO 65441
573 732-447
The Circle Inn Restaurant and Malt Shop dates back 1955 and still serves customers today in the original stand.
221 Main
Carterville, MO 64835
Indulge in the best ice cream you've ever tasted. This ice cream shop carries the great "Chocolate Shoppe" Ice Cream from Madison, Wisconsin.

While your there enjoy their 30-year collection of Superman memorabilia and a display of Route 66 signs, photos and more.

Ted Drewes
Frozen Custard

6726 Chippewa
St. Louis, MO 63109
(314) 481-2652
They’ve been serving marvelous frozen custard deserts on Route 66 since 1941. The specialty of the house is a “concrete,” a malt like creation so thick that you can turn the cup upside down and it will not fall out.
Eisler Brothers
Old Riverton store

7109 Southeast Route 66
Riverton, Kansas 66770
(620) 848-3330
An interesting store with cold drinks, snacks and ice cream bars which you can enjoy on the outdoor patio while we watched the traffic going past on the old Mother Road.
Pops Restaurant
660 W. Highway 66
Arcadia, OK 73007
Take a front-row seat at the counter where the sights include bubbly POPS fountain service and hand-dipped ice cream milkshakes. Or choose a booth, a window table or, weather permitting, a table on POPS' patio. Way cool.
Dairy King
100 N Main Street
Commerce, OK 74339
918 675-4261
Just the place to purchase time-honored treats for your sweet tooth.
Cowboy Gelato
2806 SW 6th Ave
Amarillo,TX 79106
Call: 806-376-5286
Bringing the American Cowboy together with Gourmet Italian Ice Cream.  They have a wide variety of Gelato and Sorbet all made fresh daily. 
Beth Maire’s
117 West Hickory St.
Denton, Texas 76201
A charming ice cream and soda shop on the Square in Denton Texas. This shop has so many of the features of an old time soda shop: authentic old building with presses tin ceilings, checkered floor, quaint soda shop tables, and an impressive counter complete with stools. They make real ice cream sodas, and their own ice cream!
New Mexico
66 Diner
1405 Central Ave SE
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 247-1421
With it’s well-rounded menu, great milkshakes and impressive display of neon, this eatery on Central Avenue is worth a stop. 50's style Diner on Historic Route 66 has great milkshakes from a full soda fountain.
Malcolm's Ice Cream
2100 Paramount Blvd
Amarillo, Texas
(806) 355-3892
Very 50's-ish feel with a lot of old memorabilia, signs, and objects. The real star here is the ice cream. Try a coffee sundae that has coffee ice cream with a coffee flavored syrup. It is amazing.
Route 66 Malt Shop
3800 Central Avenue SE
Albuquerque, NM87108
Take a trip in time back to when service and taste were what you got without asking. This is the experience, look, and feel of the classic malt shop from the banner days of the great "Mother Road."
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