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Sweet Cow Ice Cream Opens Third Location In Boulder

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Cult favorite, Sweet Cow Ice Cream has been providing handcrafted, small batch ice cream since 2010 in its first location in Louisville. Recently, the ice cream shop opened a second location in Denver's West Highland and today, a third location opens in North Boulder at 2628 Broadway in the Community Plaza.

Voted Denver's favorite ice cream shop by Eater Denver readers in 2013, it's no surprise Sweet Cow keeps expanding its reach across the Front Range. Founder, Drew Honness believes this neighborhood in Boulder on Broadway, provides a big sense of community with many businesses, schools and neighborhoods in the vicinity.

Across the street from the Boulder Community Hospital and next door to Breadworks, Moe's Bagels and Vic's Coffee, co-owner/partner Ross Cohen said they originally wanted their first location to be in Boulder, so they're excited to finally lay down roots there. For this third location, Sweet Cow worked with architectural firm, DAJ Design in Louisville to design the fun interior. At 1500-square feet, this location is the largest yet and although all the stores have the same menu, same product, same equipment and general same aesthetic, the Boulder store does boast unique, mod-like lighting hanging from the ceiling.

Sweet Cow will continue to provide its premium ice cream, with 22 flavors that also boast dairy-free and gluten-free options. In addition to ice cream, you can find hand spun shakes, homemade hot fudge sundaes, root beer floats, ice cream sandwiches and ice cream cakes - all made in house.

The new store will be open from noon to 9 p.m., Sunday through Thursday and noon to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

· What Are Denver's Best Ice Cream Shops [EDen]
· All Sweet Cow Coverage [EDen]
· We've created THE WORLD'S GREATEST ice cream sundae [Thrillist]

Sweet Cow Boulder

2628 Broadway, Boulder, CO

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