Harken back to the days of the soda fountain and delicious memories of childhood will come back to you. The Ice Cream Bar is a full-service, 1930s-style soda fountain and classic lunch counter, serving house-made ice cream and sodas. On top of this, they also serve "remedies" for the 21-and-up crowd. Never has a place excited the child and adult inside you at the same time. What's popular: New Orleans Hangover (non-alcoholic). What you should get: Sassy Granny Sutton (Alcoholic).
The Ice Cream Bar (815 Cole Street)
Started by a couple that has as much experience working at Wolfgang Puck's, Spago, as they have amazing tattoos (re: a lot), this small Dogpatch operation makes ice cream so fresh that they constantly run out of flavors and restock with DIFFERENT flavors throughout the day. What's popular: Pink Squirrel. What you should get: Rosemary Pistachio and Orange Blossom.
Mr. & Mrs. Miscellaneous (699 22nd Street)
Ghirardelli Ice Cream & Chocolate Shop (900 North Point Street)Ghirardelli is a San Francisco institution that has been around since 1852, when they started making the chocolate that we all know and love. Today, Ghirardelli is home to the most decadent ice cream sundaes in the city. It's like an IV of sugar straight to the vein, and it's delicious. What's popular: Ghirardelli Square (Hot Fudge Sundae). What you should get: Treasure Island (Warm Brownie Sundae).