Humans love ice cream and so do ducks. I, Zeb the Duck, and Soapy Smith Duck went back to the Highlands neighborhood of Denver and we ate ice cream. We stopped at the 27-foot, 7 ton, cream can.
This is Little Man Ice Cream place. The ice cream is very smooth and tasty. The humans were all smiling as they ate. They have some unusual flavors.
We sampled and then purchased Salted Maple Pecan. Remembering the creamy texture and great flavor makes me want to go back now.
Little Man Ice Cream opened in 2008.
This sign tells a little about them. During certain times, this mobile unit is helping more people enjoy ice cream.
Little Man Ice Cream serves many people. Plenty of seating is available.
Since it is now October, the seating areas are decorated with bales of hay or straw and many, many pumpkins. It is so festive! We loved it at Little Man Ice Cream. The seating area away from the street featured this great mural.
Human kids even have a slide to play on after eating ice cream.
There is a lot of seating, but it is separated so each area is cozy and friendly. This place is great.
The Scoop for Scoop Program means for every scoop of ice cream sold here, Little Man Ice Cream donates a 3-ounce scoop of rice/beans to developing countries around the world. As Little Man Ice Cream says, “Making a Difference Has Never Tasted So Good.”
Little Man Ice Cream is a great place.
When you are in the Highland neighborhood of Denver, be sure to visit. For more information visit www.littlemanicecream.com