Eat and Drink NYC's alcoholic ice cream, snow cones and slushies By Nicole Levy & Emily Schienvar email@example.com Updated May 29, 2017 3:13 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email On a hot summer day, you could reach for a frosty beer or a chilled glass of rosé. Or you could expand your horizons and add ice to your boozy refreshment. New York City has options aplenty, from alcohol-infused popsicles to intoxicating snow cones and hard slushies. Here are a few icy treats to try. New Orleans Coffee Float at Nitehawk Cinema Photo Credit: Nitehawk Cinema In the mood for dinner, drinks and a movie? Grab a New Orleans Coffee Float at the Nitehawk Cinema, a $13 concoction with Bayou spiced rum, Café du Monde chicory coffee soft serve and cream soda. Too late at night for caffeine? Try the Booze Root Beer Float with whiskey and vanilla soft serve instead for $12. Where to go: 136 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn Tipsy Scoop ice creams and sorbets Photo Credit: Haley Williams These liquor-infused ice creams and sorbets contain 5 percent alcohol by volume, about the equivalent of a light beer. Tipsy Scoop products come in dozens of flavors, but the most popular include mango margarita sorbet (pictured), dark chocolate whiskey salted caramel ice cream, vanilla bean bourbon ice cream and cake batter martini ice cream. The boozy treat company opened its first brick-and-mortar shop in Kips Bay earlier this month. Where to go: Tipsy Scoop's Ice Cream Barlour at at 217 E. 26th St., select Whole Foods locations in NYC, all Morton Williams stores, Brooklyn Fare, Foragers, Malt and Mold, all Gristedes stores as well as additional retailers listed on the company's website. Boozy ice pops at OddFellows Photo Credit: Katie Burton These flavors rotate and aren't available every day, so you might have to make several visits to try all of the $7 spiked ice pops at OddFellows' Williamsburg shop, which include gin & juice, lime tarragon margarita, rosé and vodka Red Bull. Where to go: 175 Kent Ave., Brooklyn or 75 E. 4th St. Sloe cones at Branch Ofc. Photo Credit: Branch Ofc. Ready for a mixture of shaved ice, snow cone syrup and liquor? Visit Branch Ofc. to try a $7 Sloe Cone, which comes in three flavors: sloe gin and cherry, rum and pineapple, and mezcal with sweet lime and Tabasco. The Crown Heights bar, which has its own backyard, also offers a $5 sloe cone special on Tuesdays. Where to go: 225 Rogers Ave., Brooklyn Popsicle pourovers at the Gatehouses at Kings County Distillery Photo Credit: Kings County Distillery If you love your popsicles perfectly paired, try the $12 People's Pops served with a shot of whiskey at the Kings County Distillery's tasting room. You have two flavor options at the Gatehouses this season: a peaches and sweet tea pop with an oat whiskey pour-over, and a black forest pop prepared with chocolate whiskey and soaked in a little extra. Or, if you prefer a creamier treat, the distillery has partnered up with the ice cream sandwich company Coolhaus to create a new sandwich with bourbon-infused vanilla ice cream and cherries stuffed between two snickerdoodle cookies. Where to go: 299 Sands St., Brooklyn Ice pop cocktails at the Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar Photo Credit: Conrad New York Try your choice of a boozy People's Pop ( blackberry sour, pink lady sangria, strawberry rose gin, pear ginger crush or blueberry de Cana ) dunked in prosecco for $22 or a rosé/prosecco blend for $25 at this bar atop the Conrad New York hotel. Where to go: 102 North End Ave. Petal Pops at Pergola Photo Credit: Pergola Bring yourself back to those simpler childhood days when you cooled off with technicolor freezer pops at Pergola, a Mediterranean restaurant in the middle of the city's Flower District. This summer the bistro is selling "Petal Pops," frozen blends of Tito's vodka, lemonade and elderflower liquor laced with edible flowers, for $11 each. A creation of the small-batch, handcrafted ice pop company FrutaPOP, Petal Pops are going for $8 on Fridays through Labor Day. Where to go: 36 W. 28th St. By Nicole Levy & Emily Schienvar firstname.lastname@example.org Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic It's the summer of the rosé cocktail: Try these 8For the perfect summer sip, here’s where you can find rosé cocktails in NYC. Where to get boozy iced teaRefresh yourself and celebrate the weekend with alcoholic iced teas. Sip on cocktails at these 19 top-notch barsDitch the draft beer and house wine, and treat yourself to a top-notch cocktail. Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.