Two Scoops Creamery South End
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Stopped by on a Saturday evening (8:30 pm) and restaurant was completely empty. After about 15 minutes it was packed! Employee was friendly and supplied samples as it was my first visit. I tried the cookie monster (1 scoop). It was good, not too sweet. You will have blue lips/tongue with this ice cream. The 1 scoop and waffle bowl cost me $5.75. This was a cute spot.
We stopped here after dinner (the line at Jeni's was too long) and I am very glad that we did! I love the unique flavors they have at this place. I'm not talking like Chocolate Raspberry Matcha but more like things you actually want to eat with cool names (Vanilla with M&M's titled Marky Mark). There was only one person working here at 9PM on a Sunday, which seemed kind of like an oversight. However, the service was quick and the line moved fast. We got three scoops but had her out it in a pint carton so we could take it home. She happily obliged. Jeni's is not even a Charlotte brand. If you want local ice cream from cows at a local creamery, go to Two Scoops! You will not be disappointed!
Had a scoop of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream at Two Scoops. The flavor was very good and there were big pieces of cookie dough. The waffle cone was good too and the service was friendly!
Thea - Around the World
The store was cute and the service was kind and quick. The ice cream tastes fresh, good, and unique, not like most other ice cream shops. I will definitely return to try more flavors!
Strange atmosphere. Looked closed at 9pm (interior lights off or very dim and open sign off) despite being open until 11. When we asked to taste a flavor we were warned that there would only be one sample given so we should choose wisely. There was no restroom which I thought was not an option for businesses serving food to the public. Ice cream was good but the other experiences would prohibit me from returning.