A second outpost of Sweet Cow recently opened at 3473 West 32nd Avenue in Highland. Owner Drew Honness decided to expand to northwest Denver after having considerable success at his original Lousiville location. Keep reading for pictures of his new place.
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All of the ice cream at both locations is made in-house; most of the flavors are sweet, but Honness occasionally features savory options, like the maple bacon ice cream currently on the menu. The selection at the new store will rotate with the seasons, but Honness promises that there will always be a daily cereal flavor, a peanut butter flavor, something alcoholic and, of course, several chocolate flavors. And in June, the shop will introduce Honey Mint -- which will use local mint leaves and honey.
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The new Sweet Cow is open Monday through Thursday from noon to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday from noon to 10 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 9 p.m. Call 303-477-3269 to learn more.