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Play The Game of Cones

We’ve assembled an army of frozen treats for you from various locations around Georgia’s Lake Lanier. Visit these hot spots from, and play the Game of Cones challenge to get exclusive offers and ultimately a prize for helping us crown the king (or queen) of frozen delights!

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North Hall County off Highways 365 and 129

The Collegiate Grill

Bringing back sweet memories of a simpler time, The Collegiate Grill serves up plenty of nostalgia with their freshly ground burgers and hand cut fries. Game of Cones players will enjoy their tasty hand-spun milkshakes – ask for a malt!

Sweet Magnolia’s Coffee & Smoothies

Located in the Main Street Market, this award-winning sandwich shop is a local favorite and they have recently expanded their operation to include a gelato and smoothie bar. Experience the European splendor of gelato made with authentic ingredients in classic flavors.

 

Inman Perk

One may not think of coffee when considering where to enjoy a frozen treat, but at Inman Perk customers can get their java fix and also get a scoop of Jake’s Ice Cream. An Atlanta institution, Jake’s is regionally famous for their fresh ingredients and clever interpretations of pop culture flavors.

 

Downtown Drafts

In Queen City, you’ll find the King of Pops on the corner of Spring and Bradford Streets on the Historic Downtown Square. This beer growler emporium has a variety of craft brews on tap and a freezer full of Atlanta’s #1 favorite Popsicle.

La Mejor De Michoacan

This south of the border locale brings the flavors of Mexico to Gainesville, Georgia. Their authentic paletas (popsicles) are made with freshly purees fruits and come in a wide variety of flavors and in icy or creamy varieties. One of our favorites is the butter pecan creamy pop, dipped in Mexican chocolate and rolled in nuts – it’s a party in your mouth. Other treats mix the sweet and spicy like their pineapple/chile ice cream!

QUEEN CITY
BEYOND THE WALL
 

Liberty Candy Company

A sweet tooth’s dream destination filled with confections and of course, delicious ice cream. Their salted caramel ice cream served in a pretzel cone and drizzled with chocolate stout sauce will make your taste buds jump for joy. Pair any flavor frozen treat with one of their handmade candies or a vintage treat from days gone by.

Calliope Sweets

If you’re longing for the Big Easy and it’s favorite frozen delight, the SnoBall – search no further than this delightful bakery on Main Street in Flowery Branch. Here you’ll find authentic, traditional New Orleans SnoBalls with perfectly shaved ice that melts like snow and is drenched with a flavorful syrup of your choosing. Be sure to add sweet condensed milk to your SnoBall for an, even more, take me to NOLA experience!

Mocha Moe’s Coffee House

South Hall County’s premiere coffee house is a buzzing place with live music, great conversation and of course delicious treats. Locally famous for their Fro-Moe beverages like the Frozen Cupcake, Toasted Marshmallow Mocha, and The Creamsicle – or if you’re feeling more traditional, get a scoop of their locally made Italian Gelato.

Mayfield Dairy

Take a tour at world-famous Mayfield Dairy in Braselton and then visit their old-fashioned ice cream parlor to taste the fruits of their labor and learn how milk makes its journey from farm to fridge.

Visit our Participating Locations to Play

North Hall County off Highways 365 and 129

 

Jaemor Farm Market

This family farm has been harvesting for over a century and attracts nearly 1 Million visitors a year. Jaemor Farm Market offers fresh produce, baked good and of course ice cream. Be sure to try their delicious soft serve made from fresh fruit puree.

 
 Mountain Fresh Creamery

Home of the happiest cows on earth! Visit their silo on Highway 129 and enjoy hand-spun milkshakes and dipped cones of their farm fresh flavors made right on site. Be sure to take home some of their delicious milk. Our favorite is the chocolate milk – yum

 Sweet Acre Farms Winery

Hall County’s first winery is an award-winning producer of fruit wines. They never use grapes – but you can find blueberries, strawberries, lemons and other fruits in their bottles. For frozen treat lovers, they produce a wine slushie that is sure to help you cool your heels during the hot summer months. Stop in for a wine tasting!

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