During San Angelo’s long hot summers, diners are often on the lookout for a cooling snack and luckily Iggy’s Italian Ice – a family-friendly establishment whose location in the heart of downtown makes it the perfect stop-off after exploring the city’s scenic River Walk – has them covered. With 25 flavors or Italian ice to choose from (such as cotton candy, mango and salted caramel) and 18 varieties of ice cream (vanilla, snickerdoodle and pumpkin pie included) guests can customize their ices to their heart’s content.
Iggy’s Italian Ice, 37 West Concho Avenue, San Angelo, TX, USA, +1 325 227 6475
To an out-of-stater, an icehouse might simply be an old-fashioned refrigerator. But in Texas, the word refers to a cultural tradition – part neighborhood convenience store, part meeting place where folks could always grab a beer or two – and this is exactly what inspired owner Ashley Young-Turner to open The Concho Pearl Icehouse in 2013. Recreating the same neighborly vibe, The Concho Pearl Icehouse serves tasty American grub – think baby back ribs with borracho beans and potato salad, or a juicy burger topped with bacon and gorgonzola. Keeping with the icehouse tradition, a huge number of bottled and draft beers are also offered.