The Ice Cream Nazi. I really enjoy the ice cream and interesting sorbet flavors the frieze has but it can be a little expensive or at least give bigger scoops. The employees that work there are really nice and the guys are cute and kind... one of the main reasons me and my friends go there haha : ) I recommend the frieze to anyone visiting Miami. The only con I have to say is its probably best to go when that lady that owns the place is not there. She is a little rude and doesn't allow the employees to have a conversation with you after you paid for your ice cream. It really takes away that good personal feeling and makes it seem as if they just want your money... I like to hang around and talk while enjoying my ice cream!
The Frieze.. The frieze does in fact have fabulous tasting ice cream, however, the owners of the place are not honest. Lisa, the owner, does not make sure that her ice creams are totally kosher. Her dairy and parv products are often mixed, as are the scoopers. For those who really wish to keep Jewish tradition, the Frieze is not recommended.
Patrons lick their way down Lincoln Road with a cone from this South Beach favorite..
This is a true local's place; original artwork adorns the walls, a bulletin board announces yoga classes, neighbors walking their dogs stop in for a bite and even sometimes buy Fido a kiddie cup. Everything is made on the premises, and customers are encouraged to test many flavors before deciding. Silky ice-creams come in flavors like macadamia caramel and double toffee. Sorbets are made from exotic tropical fruits like tamarind, papaya and guavanbana.
The Frieze. The frieze is the best ice cream store i have ever been too. No other place i have gone to get ice cream or sorbet has the quality of the frieze, I recomemd all of my family friends and strangers go inside, say hi to William and ask for a sample of any of their ssorbet flavors, and i promiss they'll get hooked.
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