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Photo courtesy of Azucar Ice Cream Company

Azucar Ice Cream Company

When you’re strolling Calle Ocho beneath the sweltering sun, nothing cools off your afternoon like a frosty treat. Pop into Azucar, where you’ll find flavors that could only be dreamed up in Miami. Making ice cream is a tradition in owner Suzy Battle’s family. Her grandmother made ice cream in Cuba and many of the flavors pay tribute to the island nation — like plátanos maduros (sweet plantains) and “Abuela Maria” (vanilla ice cream laced with with ripe guava, chunks of cream cheese, and crushed Maria cookies). New Normal: Azucar is a scoop shop, so order your cone and carry on with your socially distanced walk down Calle Ocho.

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