Cream Parlor

Christian Portilla

Cream Parlor, a sky blue colored hole-in-the-wall ice cream and cafe place on Biscayne Boulevard, is the progeny of husband-and-wife duo Johnny and Ainsley Tsokos, who dreamed of sharing their favorite foods with the public in a quaint, vintage space. The eatery caters to all diets, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free. There are salads and sandwiches, which are served on Zak the Baker bread, as well as a selection of house-made ice cream and desserts. If you go, opt for a few scoops of Prince-inspired purple rain covered with berries and dark chocolate.

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