The Brooklyn Food Power Rankings 

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Sky Ice Black Seaweed Sesame Ice Cream


Ice Cream

#1. Ample Hills Creamery’s Salted Crack Caramel
What’s in a name? Everything, when it comes to this dangerously addictive dessert. The salted butter caramel base is dark amber with burnt sugar deliciousness, and hides decadent shards of crumbled “crack” cookies, made from saltines, more butter, more sugar, and chocolate.
623 Vanderbilt Ave, Prospect Heights

#2. Karloff’s’ Cappuccino Kahlua Calypso in a Pretzel Cone
Forget waffle cones or (god forbid!) those Styrofoam cups. At Karloff’s, two extra dollars buys a homemade pretzel cone, which is fabulously crunchy, delightfully salty and, thanks to its thickness, practically drip-free. A scoop or two of the espresso and alcohol-laced cappuccino kahlua calypso ice cream makes the perfect summertime companion.
254 Court St, Cobble Hill

#3. Sky Ice’s Black Seaweed Sesame
Sky Ice’s Thai-style take on ice cream and sorbet takes the savory-dessert craze to the next level (vegan broccoli ice cream, will wonders never cease?). The Black Seaweed Sesame is practically an optical illusion.
63 Fifth Ave, Brooklyn



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