Eat and Drink All-you-can-eat ice cream returns to Bryant Park with the Scooper Bowl This the cheat sheet you need to get through the day without a stomachache. The Scooper Bowl returns to Bryant Park in June with scoops in more than 60 flavors from 13 commercial and artisanal creameries. Photo Credit: Jane Kratochvil By Nicole Levy email@example.com Updated May 31, 2018 1:33 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Sometimes it’s a struggle to pick just two ice cream flavors for your cone. You won’t have to this weekend, when an all-you-can-eat ice cream festival returns to Bryant Park for its second year, with scoops in more than 60 flavors from 13 commercial and artisanal creameries. Flavors run the gamut from classics like vanilla to innovative variations like honey comb and Syrian date and walnut, to vegan selections like chocolate chip cookie dough and salted caramel. (Find the full list, released this week, below.) Making their New York premiere are four Haazgen-Dazs flavors, including three with crispy layers of chocolate. The first Scooper Bowl in 2017 served more than 3,650 gallons of ice cream and frozen treats, all donated by national companies such as Ben & Jerry’s and homegrown businesses such as the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, according to organizers. More than 12,000 New Yorkers attended. This year's scoop masters, announced in early May, include Häagen-Dazs, acai specialist Sambazon, gelato maker Talenti and local favorites Big Gay Ice Cream and Van Leeuwen. The chocolate babka experts from Breads Bakery and the Italian provisions company Loacker will also be supplying pastries and wafer spoons, respectively. Tickets are $25, and proceeds benefit the Jimmy Fund, which supports pediatric and adult cancer care and research at Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital. The Scooper Bowl actually launched as a fundraising event in Bean Town more than 30 years ago. Tickets get you access to the frozen treat cornucopia on one of three days: June 1-2, noon-9 p.m., and June 3, noon-7 p.m. Below, the complete menu: Adirondack Creamery Syrian Date & WalnutEarl’s Chocolate Peanut ButterHigh Peak Perk (Coffee Bean)Vanilla Baskin-Robbins Cannoli Be With YouNew York CheesecakeOREO ‘n CaramelTriple Grape Ice Ben & Jerry’s Gimme SmoreCaramel Almond Brittle (nondairy)AmeriCone DreamChocolate Shake It Big Gay Ice Cream Salty PimpRocky RoadhouseAmerican GlobsDorothyBirfdae CekLunchboxBlueberry Gobbler Breyers Natural VanillaOreoMint ChipDelights Minis ChocolateDelights Minis Vanilla Cupcake Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory Cherry Vanilla Chocolate ChunkChocolate Chocolate ChunkCaramel SwirlVanillaPistachio Häagen-Dazs Trio Lemon & Raspberry with White Chocolate & Raspberry SauceTrio Vanilla & Caramel with White Chocolate & Caramel SauceTrio Coconut & Chocolate with Belgian Chocolate & Caramel SauceNon-Dairy Chocolate Salted Fudge TruffleHoney Salted Caramel Almond My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream Ripe StrawberryGreen TeaSweet MangoCookies & Cream Sambazon Acai Sorbet Talenti Pumpkin PieCinnamon Peach BiscuitVanilla ChaiDouble Dark ChocolateCoffee Chocolate Chip Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Mint ChipHoney CombVegan Salted CaramelVegan Chocolate Chip Cookie DoughVanilla Vice Cream Minted — Mint Chocolate chip with Cookie CrumblesChoc of Shame — Chocolate with Brownie and Chocolate ChunksAfternoon Delight — Vanilla with Cookie Dough & Caramel TrufflesL’Orange A Trois — Vanilla with Orange Swirl & 3 types of ChocolateBourbon Mash — Vanilla with Bourbon flavored Caramel Wafels & Dinges Spekuloos CookieCrispy Dark Chocolate By Nicole Levy firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.