Address: , San Francisco
Neighborhood: Bernal Heights
Accepts credit card: Yes
Transit: Bus routes 24 and 67.
Notes: Sadly, their retail store closed this year. But they're still offering 12 dairy-free flavors and delivery for ice cream cakes.
|Added by veganhobbit on 2004-05-10, Last update: 2011-04-16, Viewed 18140 times|
Average rating: 4.78 / 5.0 Based on 30 reviews. (Add/Edit your own review)
|I love this place. Vegan waffle bowls, sprinkles, whipped "cream", marshmallow topping ?! The strawberry and mint chocolate ice cream leaves something to be desired. Any chocolate flavor is awesome, esp. the Dubliner. Beware of the size of their sundaes, they are huuuuge!||bunnygirl
|The coconut milk based ice cream is AMAZING. Freshly made waffle cones are delicious. The soy ice cream is fine. The brownies are straight up bad. The atmosphere...well, there isn't any atmosphere. But I really can't take points off because THEY HAVE AMAZING ICE CREAM IN HOMEMADE WAFFLE CONES!!! Who am I to complain because they also offer a brownie I don't want?||cinnazimt
|What fun! I love going into an "ice cream" parlor that I don't need to ask about the veganocity of every sprinkle, topping etc. Sometimes you just feel like a splurge and this is a great place for it. Afterward take a walk up the hill to the people/dog park and enjoy the great 360 degree views of the City and beyond. You may even be able to burn off the calories from the sprinkles! ;-)||greg
|Let's be clear: Maggie Mudd is THE BEST ice cream shop. While having some traditional milk-based ice creams, they also have soy-, coconut-, and almond-based ice creams in a large variety of delicious and decadent flavors. Itís a great place to celebrate ... or simply enjoy a wonderful dessert anytime!||Dan
|Super exciting for the vegan! They don't have all their vegan flavors available at a time, but they have enough (maybe 10-15 both times I've been). Their shakes are huge and creative. Vegan marshmallow sauce, too!||meliae
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