A Visit to Soft Peaks in Vancouver, BC

Our family took a two night getaway to Vancouver, BC for a little spring trip. For us that means a little sightseeing and a lot of eating. First up on my list was a some ice cream at Soft Peaks, located in Gastown. They're the first soft serve organic ice cream in Vancouver and since I'm always on the lookout for quality soft serve, I was all in. The four of us just wanted a few bites so we shared the Mudslide. Vanilla soft serve with chocolate sauce and Tim Tams was presented to us, and we dug in. The ice cream was very creamy and dense. The Tim Tams were sweet and crunchy and paired well with the vanilla ice cream. The store was cute with a staircase leading to a loft with additional seating. After our treat, we wandered around Gastown's cobblestone streets and shopped for souvenirs.   
Soft Peaks fun exterior that fits in so well in Gastown.
Grab a spoon! Calories don't count on vacation!
A viewpoint of Soft Peaks from the loft upstairs. Get in line and get your ice cream on!
You can't visit Soft Peaks in Gastown without taking a stroll around this unique Vancouver neighborhood. It has plenty of history and interesting architecture. Gastown is named after John "Gassy Jack" Deighton, the man in the statue here, who founded a tavern in 1867 that was the start of Gastown.
The flat iron building is always fun to spot when walking around Gastown.
Soft Peaks Ice Cream Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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