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Let us know your favorite flavors at local ice cream shops

We’re preparing our ultimate guide to local ice cream so you can stay cool all summer long

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Enjoy a sweet treat from Scoop in Scuffletown Park.

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Calling all ice cream lovers. We’re almost ready to unveil our ultimate Richmond ice cream guide to help you stay cool this summer. But before we give you the scoop, we wanted to ask the experts for some local recommendations.

Let us know: What’s the flavor you have to get when you go to your favorite local ice cream shop?

We’ll go first: Senior City Editor Robin is basically always thinking about the brown sugar cookie dough from Scoop. But if she’s in Henrico, she’s going right for the dark chocolate sorbet at DeLuca Gelato.

Tell us your scoop of choice and you could be featured in a future newsletter.

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