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Where to Find the Chilliest Popsicles in Dallas

Cool off with a perfect paleta

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There are some tell-tale signs that the hottest point of summer is here: Folks have been posting photos of their car’s thermometer to social media for weeks; it’s already time to restock the sunscreen supply; some of us haven’t left the house in two days.

The dog days are officially upon us, which means it’s high time to chill out with DFW’s best popsicles. Use this map as a guide, and try to stay cool out there.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

The newest pop stop to open in DFW is Popbar in Richardson. Featuring both dairy and non-dairy treats on sticks, these simple pops get dipped in creamy chocolate, caramel, or mint chocolate before a dunk in toppings like crushed caramel corn or pistachios.

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Pop Factory, or the popsicle company formerly known as MaxFrut, is now freezing its all-natural paleta-style pops at Las Colinas’ Toyota Music Factory. Pop Factory pops come in four varieties: fruit, milk, stuffed, or boozy.

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Berrynaked shimmied onto the scene in 2014 with a gorgeous display case full of creamy, dairy-based pops and vegan, fruit-based pops. Organic ingredients and creative drizzles and toppings make Berrynaked a delicious and unique pop stop.

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Steel City Pops

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With 23 locations and counting, Steel City Pops set the popsicle standard on Lowest Greenville. The folks at Steel City are rewarded with lines out the door nearly every night for their rotating lineup of inventive flavors; some of the latest include piña colada, horchata, chai latte, and elderflower.

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Twisted Treats

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Deep Ellum’s Twisted Treats offers “twists on desserts” including, of course, popsicles. The pops come in flavors like watermelon, hibiscus, coffee, and avocado, then customers have the option of dipping their pops in chocolate and adding toppings like sprinkles and nuts.

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What sets these Brazilian-style, creamy or fruit-based pops apart is that they are filled with concoctions like banana Nutella or Chamoy. Then the pops are dipped, drizzled, and/or sprinkled with even more toppings to complete the creation.

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Encanto Pops

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The owners of Encanto were inspired by Latin America in that their pops take cues from Mexican paletas. These babies get a custom upgrade with dips, chamoy drizzles, and unique flavors like jackfruit habanero and pico de gallo. Try one with a custom agua fresca sipped straight from the bag.

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CocoAndre Chocolatier

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Some days call for a more grown-up, sophisticated popsicle. For those times, head to CocoAndre Chocolatier on West 7th Street in Bishop Arts, where they’ve been dipping paletas in chocolate since before it was “Instagram-worthy.”

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POPBAR

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The newest pop stop to open in DFW is Popbar in Richardson. Featuring both dairy and non-dairy treats on sticks, these simple pops get dipped in creamy chocolate, caramel, or mint chocolate before a dunk in toppings like crushed caramel corn or pistachios.

Popbar/Facebook

POP FACTORY

POP FACTORY/Facebook

Pop Factory, or the popsicle company formerly known as MaxFrut, is now freezing its all-natural paleta-style pops at Las Colinas’ Toyota Music Factory. Pop Factory pops come in four varieties: fruit, milk, stuffed, or boozy.

POP FACTORY/Facebook

Berrynaked

Berrynaked/Facebook

Berrynaked shimmied onto the scene in 2014 with a gorgeous display case full of creamy, dairy-based pops and vegan, fruit-based pops. Organic ingredients and creative drizzles and toppings make Berrynaked a delicious and unique pop stop.

Berrynaked/Facebook

Steel City Pops

Steel City Pops

With 23 locations and counting, Steel City Pops set the popsicle standard on Lowest Greenville. The folks at Steel City are rewarded with lines out the door nearly every night for their rotating lineup of inventive flavors; some of the latest include piña colada, horchata, chai latte, and elderflower.

Steel City Pops

Twisted Treats

Twisted Treats/Facebook

Deep Ellum’s Twisted Treats offers “twists on desserts” including, of course, popsicles. The pops come in flavors like watermelon, hibiscus, coffee, and avocado, then customers have the option of dipping their pops in chocolate and adding toppings like sprinkles and nuts.

Twisted Treats/Facebook

Picole Pops

Picole Pops/Facebook

What sets these Brazilian-style, creamy or fruit-based pops apart is that they are filled with concoctions like banana Nutella or Chamoy. Then the pops are dipped, drizzled, and/or sprinkled with even more toppings to complete the creation.

Picole Pops/Facebook

Encanto Pops

Encanto/Facebook

The owners of Encanto were inspired by Latin America in that their pops take cues from Mexican paletas. These babies get a custom upgrade with dips, chamoy drizzles, and unique flavors like jackfruit habanero and pico de gallo. Try one with a custom agua fresca sipped straight from the bag.

Encanto/Facebook

CocoAndre Chocolatier

CocoAndre Chocolatier/Facebook

Some days call for a more grown-up, sophisticated popsicle. For those times, head to CocoAndre Chocolatier on West 7th Street in Bishop Arts, where they’ve been dipping paletas in chocolate since before it was “Instagram-worthy.”

CocoAndre Chocolatier/Facebook

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