Cheesecake with blueberry swirl ice cream – Bi-Rite Creamery

Cheesecake with blueberry swirl ice cream - Bi-Rite Creamery
Oh Bi-Rite Creamery, how I still love you! You have never failed me on delicious flavors or served weird waxy ice cream. I will say that the blueberry swirl was verging on being too sweet, but the whole thing was still delicious! Kid size $2.50
Bi-Rite Creamery, San Francisco CA

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Rhubarb ice cream – Bi-Rite Creamery

Rhubarb cream - Bi-Rite Creamery
We used to grow rhubarb for sale growing up, but I only ever had it in pies or crumbles and usually mixed with a fruit of some kind. This ice cream tasted good, but I wish it had a punchier rhubard flavor. I remember rhubarb having a slight sourness that this ice cream lacked. Kid size $2.50
Bi-Rite Creamery, San Francisco

"Pashen" graffiti mural, Osage Street
“Pashen” graffiti mural, Osage Street. Ok, I’m not actually sure what this says, but that’s my best guess. It’s very colorful and pretty though.

Candy cane ice cream – Bi-Rite Creamery

Candy cane ice cream Bi-Rite Creamery

Peppermint flavored ice cream with candy cane bits. Kid size $2.50
Bi-Rite Creamery, San Francisco

This was one of their seasonal flavors before the Christmas holiday. It looked so bright and festive that I had to try it. I loved the peppermint ice cream and the candy cane bits were fun and crunchy! Yay! Bi-Rite remains a winner in my book!

There’s a new ice cream parlor on Valencia Street toward my apartment, though. Gonna have to try it and see how it compares!

Salted caramel ice cream – Bi-Rite Creamery

Salted caramel ice cream Bi-Rite Creamery

Luscious, salted caramel ice cream – arguably their most popular flavor! Kid size scoop, $2.50
Bi-Rite Creamery, San Francisco

I have to admit that Bi-Rite is my favorite ice cream in San Francisco (with Three Twins a close second).  They have great flavors, but I think it’s the consistency that does it for me.  Other creameries have ice cream that are too milky or too airy.  Bi-Rite’s is right in the middle – which is perfect for me!  The pic doesn’t do the ice cream justice since I took it after the melting point. They make the ice cream in small batches using Straus Family dairy and other local and organic ingredients whenever possible.  Their tiny storefront near Dolores Park has a line around the corner whenever it’s warm and sunny, but it’s worth the wait!

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