Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream | Disneyland

Last Updated on: March 27th, 2024

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At Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream, customize a hand-dipped ice cream bar or treat yourself to a sundae, cone or cup at this Buena Vista Street ice cream parlor with beautiful Art Deco flourishes, named for the winsome Clarabelle

Fun Facts

  • Clarabelle’s Hand Scooped Ice Cream is located in Disney California Adventure Park, specifically on Buena Vista Street, which is designed to evoke the feel of Los Angeles in the 1920s and 1930s, when Walt Disney first arrived in California.
  • The shop is named after Clarabelle Cow, a classic Disney character who has been part of Mickey Mouse’s universe since the early days of Disney cartoons, adding a touch of nostalgia to the ice cream parlor.
  • Clarabelle’s is famous for its hand-scooped ice cream and a wide variety of customizable ice cream treats, including sundaes, hand-dipped ice cream bars, and the “Kitchen Sink” sundae, which is served in a miniature kitchen sink.
  • The design and decor of Clarabelle’s reflect a classic ice cream parlor, with vintage touches and charming details that transport guests back to a bygone era of ice cream shops and soda fountains.
  • In addition to traditional ice cream flavors, Clarabelle’s often features seasonal and limited-time offerings, providing unique and creative options for guests to enjoy throughout the year.

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