iChills' Blog

Giving back with each scoop!

iChills (with the Juarez family as volunteer workers!), provided around 100 servings of delicious Working Cow Ice Cream and sundae toppings for the beautiful gathering of Morning Star School students and their families along with Special Olympic Athletes.  The family’s 10-year old daughter Isabella was a great help and experienced what it means to give back to the community …

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Treat your child & help feed another’s. 2 cans of food = 1 free ice cream!

Did you know 1 out of 4 children in Pinellas County go to bed hungry?  iChills is teaming up with local nonprofit, Two Hangry Chicks to raise food for local children! Bring your friends & family in to iChills on Saturday, December 5th from 1 to 5pm and if you bring at least 2 cans …

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iChills Makes the Top Ten!

We’re thrilled to have made #5 in Yelp’s The Best 10 Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt in Saint Petersburg, FL READ MORE

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New Hours coming September 1st!

Business is Booming! We’ve had to expand our hours at iChills Frozen Desserts! We’re now open til 9pm on weeknights and 10pm on weekends! Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt and more! Stop by and chill with us! Sunday – Thursday 1pm – 9pm Fridays – 1pm – 10pm Saturday 12pm – 10pm

Creative Loafing: Five Courses

Patrons may choose from more than 30 toppings at iChills, a self-serve frozen yogurt and ice cream shop at 7901 Fourth St. N. The St. Pete destination, which features house-made waffle cones and Working Cow ice cream, carries Kahwa Coffee, milkshakes and locally made kettle corn, too. READ MORE

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Tampa Bay Times: Best places to…

iChills (7901 Fourth St. N; (727) 317-3970) is an adorable newcomer that hung up its shingle at the end of June. It offers six different flavors of FroYo (sold by the ounce, nice touch) with toppings, Working Cow ice cream, Kahwa coffee, Skipper’s kettle corn (the kind at the Saturday Morning Market) and other treats. …

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Burg Bits: New Ice Cream Shop Opens on 4th Street

iChills opens on 4th Street A new kind of business community is forming on the northern end of 4th Street. Noble Crust and Hook’s have both elevated the foodie profile and now iChills, a family-owned ice cream shop, looks to add something sweet to the mix. READ MORE

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