With the temperature going back to normal, it would be nice to have the cold weather stick around a little longer.
All toppings are included in the price of the ice cream, which include oreos, chocolate shavings, waffle pieces and many more.
But unfortunately we won’t be seeing anything below 75 degrees in the next few months.
One escape you have from the heat is located right on Mesa Street, a block before Cincinnati Street.
Fahrenheit 32 is the hottest ice cream shop in the city.
With their Taiwanese style ice cream preparation and simple menu choices; everything about this place is cool.
The layout of the restaurant is very simple.
As soon as you walk in the white wonderland, the ice cream maker’s station is right in front of you.
The menu has some options and even a flavor of the month.
However, you can make your own order from scratch.
The price for all ice cream is no more than $7 for a cup with all the toppings you desire.
When your ice cream flavor is prepared in liquid form, the ice cream maker spreads the substance on a freezing cold tray and spreads it out using spatulas.
Not more than three minutes pass and you see what was once liquid now that cold firm substance we love.
The ice cream is made into rolls and fit perfectly in a cup that is then sent over to the toppings area, where you can just let your imagination run wild.
Before even trying the ice cream you realize there is not a drop of sweat on you, you are still in El Paso and then you try that first spoonful.
The summer is sure smash for Fahrenheit 32, go by yourself or with others, when it comes to ice cream the more the merrier.
For a taste visit 2500 N. Mesa Street. I give this ice cream shop 4 snowflakes out of 5.