The Frieze Ice Cream Now Available at Eden Roc Miami Beach

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Local ice-cream favorite the Frieze is expanding outside of its Lincoln Road headquarters.

The ice-cream company, which is known for its deep SoBe roots, is partnering with the Eden Roc Miami Beach to offer ice cream at the resort.

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A special ice-cream cart will be situated at the hotel's Cabana Grill, where guests can cool off with a few scoops of the all-natural, locally made ice cream.

Flavors available at the Eden Roc include key lime pie, cappuccino chip, apple cider, tamarind, key lime sorbet, ginger pear, papaya, Indian mango, and watermelon. The ice cream costs $4.50 a cup.

The Frieze, which opened in South Beach in 1987, maintains its artisan integrity by serving house-made super-premium ice creams made without artificial colors, preservatives, or additives. The family-owned business sources natural ingredients like Indian mangoes, papaya, and key limes for its ice creams and sorbets and offers unique Florida-centric flavors such as guananbana, guava, and mamey.

In addition, the Frieze contributes to the Miami Beach community by partnering with local charities like Chris Bosh's Team Tomorrow Inc. and hosting fundraisers and block parties.

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