Our Reese’s ice cream, a homage to the peanut butter connoisseur, offers a medley of delights! Featuring a rich filling of Crunchy Peanut Butter nestled atop our iconic soft serve gelato, it’s a symphony of flavors and textures. Adorned with chopped Reese’s Pieces and crowned with the Reese’s Peanut butter cup, this European-inspired delight is masterfully presented in our signature chimney cake cones, straight from the oven!

Reese's Gelato
Soft Serve Ice Cream
Chopped Reese's


Ice Cream: Soft Serve

Italian-style ice cream, known as gelato, isn’t just a dessert; it’s an artisanal marvel woven into the cultural fabric of Italy. Gelato boasts a rich history tracing back to the Renaissance era. Its secret lies in the dense, velvety texture achieved by churning it at a slower pace, infusing less air than its American counterpart. This unique method results in a smoother, intensely flavored frozen dessert. Embodying the essence of Italy’s culinary legacy, gelato isn’t merely dessert—it’s a testament to centuries of passion, tradition, and craftsmanship.

Spread: Peanut Butter

Did you know that Peanut Butter was initially introduced as a health food for those with teeth impairments? It wasn’t until the 1920s that it paired up with the jelly, giving rise to the iconic peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Beyond being a lunchtime staple, this nutty delight has diversified its repertoire, gracing everything from savory sauces to frozen desserts, becoming a beloved American classic that holds a special spot in the hearts of many!

Topping: Chopped Reese's

Reese’s, the iconic marriage of peanut butter and chocolate, weaves a tale of flavorsome legend. It began in the 1920s when Harry Burnett Reese delved into the art of confectionery. He soon crafted the perfect union of peanut butter and chocolate, birthing the Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup. His invention quickly ascended to legendary status and expanded its realm, adorning cookies, cakes, and of course ice creams!

Reeses Soft Serve

Value-Centric Approach

Freshly baked chimney cakes
Milk form happy, grass-fed cows
Curated selection of sweets
Infused with love

Build Your Own

Ice Cream
Nutella Ice Cream Cone Spread
Dulce De Leche Ice Cream Cone Spread
Dulce De Leche
Crunchy Peanut Butter Ice Cream Cone Spread
Peanut Butter
Cookie Butter Ice Cream Cone Spread
Cookie Butter
Soft Serve
Soft Serve
Vegan Ice Cream
Pineapple Dole Whip, Vegan
Gelato Topping Walnuts
Gelato Topping Almonds
Gelato Topping Chocolate Sprinkles
Chocolate Sprinkles
Gelato Topping Cookie Crisp
Cookie Crisp
Gelato Topping Froot Loop
Froot Loops
Gelato Topping Fruity Pebbles
Fruity Pebbles
Gelato Topping Gap n Crunch
Gap'n Crunch
Gelato Topping Graham Crackers
Graham Crackers
Gelato Topping Rainbow Sprinkles
Rainbow Sprinkles
Chocolate Ice Cream Sauce
Caramel Ice Cream Sauce
Raspberry Ice Cream Sauce
Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Sauce
Sea Salt Caramel
White Chocolate Ice Cream Sauce
White Chocolate

Where to Enjoy Delicious Chimney Cake Ice Cream


6771 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90028
United States


1425 Ocean Front Walk
Venice, California 90291
United States

Phone Number: (424) 307-5005
Open 7 Days a Week from noon until sellout


The shakes are really good and the soft serve is always a good base to please everyone…

I chose the Resse’s ice cream it was so good without being overly sweet. The churro cone made it so tasty to bite into when finishing, I paid $13 which is pretty much what I would pay for Rolled ice cream handmade as well so I was happy and you’re paying for quality!

Also, the music playing while waiting was very catchy and chill.

Super solid spot to grab a sweet treat. Located right on the Venice strip ( which is either a pro or con depending who you ask and how you like crowds ). I really appreciated the friendly staff that greeted me as well as the quick wait time for the cone. The choices were endless and the menu of ice cream was abundant . Everything starts with a vanilla base and goes from there. Although the ice cream and toppings were delicious on my Reese’s peanut butter cone, I really was a fan of the cone itself . It’s more of a “turn dough ” almost like a cinnamon roll. I thought it would get soggy with the ice cream, but no ! It was delicious. I wasn’t a huge fan of the extra peanut butter they put in the then dough cone, I would try to get it without when I go back. But yeah, the cone was delicious despite the overwhelming peanut butter and everything was so cute presentation wise. Definitely would come back if I’m out in Venice and craving a sweet treat!

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