The country’s best ice cream is made by Brooklyn, New York’s Ample Hills Creamery and is a salted chocolate called “It came from Gowanus,” according to Food Network.
Other Ohio companies recognized by the television series so far include Dayton's Pine Club for one of the best steaks; and Los Guachos Taqueria of Columbus for Top 5 best tacos.
Graeter's Ice Cream was founded in 1870 after the founders had success selling their French Pot churned ice cream in Cincinnati's street markets. Today, Graeter's has approximately 40 retail stores and ships more than 300,000 pints annually for online mail order sales. Graeter's can also be found in more than 6,000 grocery stores in 46 states, according to the company's website, graeters.com.
In celebration of National Ice Cream Month, Graeter’s is partnering with the mobile application taxi service Uber Technologies to deliver ice cream to your doorstep. The collaboration spans 13 cities nationwide including Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland, Akron and Toledo.
On Friday, July 24, Uber users can order five scoops of ice cream for personal delivery between the hours of 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Get more information about how it works online here: newsroom.uber.com/2015/07/icecream2015/