Summer is mean for cold treats. I know all Torontonians get amped over ice cream season, cause there are seriously SO many cool places to indulge on delicious frozen treats. Have you had your fix this summer?

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If you're dying for something cold and sweet but aren't into dairy or are just looking for something a little more different than ice cream, check out this list of frozen treats you need to try ASAP:

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1. Home of the Brave // 589 King St. W

Home of the Brave carries super delicious alcoholic slushies including margarita and gin and watermelon! Yum!


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2. Wrestlers // 198 Augusta Ave

If you are craving a popsicle and want something more natural than one from a convenience store, wrestlers has some really delicious ones. 


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3. Rhum Corner // 926 Dundas St. W

Try the Corn n' Oil slushie! White rum, lime, falernum and blackstrap float. Warning: brain freeze!


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4. Ritz Carlton // 181 Wellington St

One word: frosé! Frozen rosé, can it get any better than this?


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5. Don Don Izakaya // 130 Dundas St. W

Ever heard of a polar beer? The thick layer of foam on top keeps your beer cold and makes for a pretty tasty beverage. 


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6. Seven Lives Paleteria // 72 Kensington Ave

Everyone needs to try Mexican style popsicles once in their lives. So good. 


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7. LBS // 100 Yonge St.

Their incredible ice cream float is the perfect way to end off your delicious meal!


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8. Nanashake // 4750 Yonge St.

Their banana based vegan popsicles are absolutely amazing!


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9. Hollywood Cone // 1167 Queen St. W

If you are looking for something ice creamy but want something different, you MUST try Hollywood Cone's insane milkshakes. 


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10. Macho Radio Bar // 92 Fort York Blvd. 

Their frozen margaritas are delicious, and will be sure to get you tipsy. 


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11. Si Lom Thai Bistro // 534 Church St.

Their delicious Thai cuisine paired with a boozy slushie are perfect together. 


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12. Drake General Store // 2 Abell St.

At this unique shop you can find Chill Pops Toronto! These locally made popsicles have all natural ingredients and are to die for. 

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