Two Dog Night Creamery at the Barlow

6760 McKinley St., #110
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Description

Two dog night creamery is all about fresh! We make all our handmade ice cream and cones fresh daily. Our mission is to make our customers the highest quality local food they can buy. All our ice cream is made using fresh (never frozen) local organic dairy from farmers right here in beautiful Sonoma County. We freeze our small batch ice cream using liquid nitrogen, which leaves you with little air whipped into the cream. Meaning you get the best ultra creamy dense texture. We pride ourselves on buying local and supporting local farmers in our region.

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Two Dog Night Creamery at the Barlow

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