One of the best parts about summer is enjoying delicious ice cream. A favorite, S
Sioux Falls establishment that offers top-notch sweet ice cream treats is B&G Milkyway.

Just as the lazy, hazy days of summer are becoming a distant memory and the new school year springs into high gear, all eight B&G Milkyway locations across the Sioux Empire will soon be closing until next year. Closing dates for the season have been announced for some of the B&G Milkyway locations.

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The B&G Milkyway staff highly recommends ice cream lovers to "stop in and stock up for winter!" B&G Milkyway does a great job keeping its loyal ice cream eaters updated on the operating hours of each site. The best way to find out about the last dates for the B&G Milkyway season is to visit the ice cream shop's Facebook page.

The ice cream emporiums on West 41st Street and 12th Street in Sioux Falls already ended their seasons for the year.

I remember when I had my first B&G Milkyway ice cream dessert. I was totally hooked! This past summer, I even took my fiancé Chris to the iconic Sioux Falls ice cream spot for his first taste this year. He loved the California Dreamin' treat!  The ice cream chain offers many different ice cream creations and classic favorites. I definitely can’t get enough of its Avalanches, especially those that just ooze chocolate. Death By Chocolate, Brownie, Brownie Batter, Monster Cookie, Mudslide...just thinking of these Avalanche treats makes me extremely hungry!

We can all get through winter together knowing that in just four or five short months B&G Milkyway will open again for another delicious season. Yum!

What's your favorite ice cream treat from B&G Milkyway?

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