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Thomas Sweet

Thomas Sweet

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Thomas Sweet sits on the intersection of P and Wisconsin in the quieter section of Washington’s Georgetown. Wisconsin Avenue doesn’t see the same foot traffic as M street, but Thomas Sweet always has a line out the door. Sometimes, those lines include presidents.

Though Thomas Sweet is now a DC institution, it actually got its start in New Jersey in 1979, when the first location opened in Princeton. In fact, the DC shop is the only one outside of New Jersey; the other four are in Princeton, Montgomery, and New Brunswick.

There are over 20 flavors of icecream, at least six frozen yogurt flavors, and endless toppings. My go-to is coffee and mint chocolate chip ice cream with Heath Bar bits and hot chocolate fudge. Mmmm. Their dipped cones are excellent, and their specialty is something called a blend-in, which I think is just a sundae with all the toppings mixed into the ice cream.


3214 P St NW, Washington, DC 20007

(202) 337-0616

Sunday to Thursday 10:00 am – 10:30 pm

Friday and Saturday 10:00 am – 12:00 am

 

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Washington, DC, Thomas Sweet

Thomas Sweet, Goop

President Obama chills in Georgetown with Thomas Sweet ice cream, The Georgetown Dish

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