You can't miss Little Man Ice Cream, that giant milk can in LoHi with a welcoming patio and lines that wind down the street, has been scooping handcrafted, locally sourced ice cream since 2008. And now, it's are opening a pop-up shop on the 16th Street Mall.
Little Man On Wheels, as the shop is called, is a custom bike cart selling ice cream sandwiches and six rotating flavors, including crowd favorites like Salted Oreo, 16th Street Chocolate (brownies and fudge), Mexican Chocolate and Space Junkie, (a mix of raspberry ice cream, brownies and marshmallow swirl).
The Downtown Denver Partnership recruited Little Man along with several food vendors in an effort to showcase Denver's unique cuisine and local flavors.
You can also find Little Man Ice Cream on dessert menus in many Denver restaurants, or on its express bike that provides ice cream for special events like concerts, weddings and birthday parties.
Little Man on Wheels will be open from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday through Saturday until the end of October at 16th and Champa streets.
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