The Revolution Ice Cream plans third location in South Tampa

Assorted ice cream scoops in foam takeout containers

The home of the nearly insurmountable ice cream challenge, and the spot for special pints like Butter Beer, cold brew floats, and super chocolate shock ice cream flavors.

Revolution Ice Cream is renowned in the Seminole Heights neighborhood (6701 N Florida Avenue), and Brandon (220 W Brandon Boulevard #104). Both locations are open for takeout and delivery through Door Dash and Uber Eats.

A world of pure imagination (and ice cream)

The idea was created by owner Bill Workman. Workman fashioned unique ice cream from his home for friends and family. He started with vanilla and eventually began to break the mold by attempting things like habanero peppers and chocolate, or even candied bacon ice cream.

His flavors began to go viral. The media began to pick up on the reports of his “Willy Wonka of Ice Cream.” From there plans were created to turn this creative hobby into something much larger.

Indulge in the bacon brittle ice cream

The revolution continues with a third location at 4032A W Kennedy Boulevard. Flavors you need to try are the pancake batter ice cream, cinnamon roll ice cream, salted caramel coffee, and bacon brittle.

An official opening date is still TBA. Follow Revolution Ice Cream on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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