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New treat spots in Raleigh

Are you on the search for a new little treat in Raleigh? Whatever you’re in the mood for, we’ve got you covered with new dessert spots.

A cup of rolled ice cream covered in a variety of colorful toppings from Raleigh Rolls being held.

Raleigh Rolls’ new location opened this June.

Photo by Raleigh Rolls

Summer is officially upon the City of Oaks — what better way to celebrate and cool down than with a local sweet treat? These spots are all new to Raleigh and feature hot and cold options for whatever you’re craving.

Andia’s Ice Cream, 2200 Atlantic Ave., Raleigh | Opening 2023 | Cary-based Andia’s is coming to Raleigh Iron Works later this year. Owned by a Grand Master Ice Cream Maker, Andia’s specializes in gourmet flavors including baklava, lemon basil sorbet, rose pistachio, churro, and mango chamoy. Try a flight of flavors or go for hot and cold with a flamed ice cream brulee.

Raleigh Rolls, 10750 Wakefield Commons Dr., Ste. 105, Raleigh | Opened June 2023 | You’ve had scooped ice cream, but have you ever had rolled ice cream? Inspired by street food in Southeast Asia, Raleigh Rolls uses local toppings including Benelux coffee and Cheerwine. Bonus: Upgrade your rolls by putting them in a homemade waffle taco shell. This is Raleigh Rolls’ second location, the first in Morgan Street Food Hall.

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, 2014 Cameron St., Raleigh | Opened May 2023 | The Columbus, Ohio-based ice cream favorite is finally in Raleigh. This scoop shop is located in the Village District and features unique ingredients including a cream cheese base, brambleberry jam, and everything bagel seasoning.

Amitie Macaron, 230 S. Wilmington St., Raleigh | Opened February 2023 | This downtown cafe features French macarons and other delicate pastries. An Amitie cold brew and some vibrant macarons sounds like the perfect pick-me-up.

Little Blue Bakehouse, 2116-H New Bern Ave., Raleigh | Opened August 2022 | This east Raleigh incubator kitchen has multiple bakers under one roof, with options like macarons, boozy cupcakes, bakery classics, and savory cheddar chive biscuits.

If you want s’more, check out seven tried-and-true dessert spots in Raleigh.

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