Yeah, it’s hot in Texas. Really hot.

How hot is it?

There is a social media post going around in which a woman asks how the weather is in Texas in August. The response: “Have you ever been cremated?”

And then all of Houston (we assume) nodded in agreement.

It’s hot and it’s going to stay that way for a while. So, why not chill out with a yummy and cold treat? You deserve it!

Whether it’s old-fashioned ice cream, refreshing shaved ice or colorful, Instagram-worthy snow cones, we have it in the Spring Branch Management District.

If you would rather cool off with a refreshing drink, we have a number of businesses offering frozen and iced coffees and teas and more.

Check out this list for ideas on where to go for cold refreshments in Spring Branch. It will make the hot days go by a lot faster — or at least that’s what we’re hoping.

Ice Cream, Shaved Ice and Snow Cones

Cosmic Ice Cream
8207A Long Point Rd.

Street Churros Spring Branch
1041 Blalock Rd.

El Kiosko
1823 Gessner Rd.

1035 Blalock Rd.

Ay Jalisco Paleteria Y Neveria
10064A Long Point Rd.

Neveria Las Michoacanas
9405 Long Point Rd.

Baskin Robbins
1634 Gessner Dr.

Raspa-Delicias Houston
8788 Hammerly Blvd.

The Paleta Bar
9738 Katy Fwy. #600

It’s Good Ice Cream
9401 Kempwood Dr.

Neveria Los Niños
1839 Bingle Rd.

Dairy Queen
6707 Westview Dr.
2405 Campbell Rd.

Unicorn Snow Cones Gourmet Shaved Ice
2313 W Sam Houston Pkwy N, Suite 105 B

House of Mango
1506 Gessner Dr.

Fruteria Josue
9343 Clay Rd.

Iced and Frozen Coffees and Teas

PJ’s Coffee Spring Branch
9221 Long Point Rd.

Cambrian Coffee
9461 Hammerly Blvd.

Slowpokes Coffee Spring Branch
8141 Long Point Rd.

Buzz & Bites
1444 Blalock Rd.

85C Bakery Cafe
1027 Blalock Rd.

Paris Baguette
1304 Blalock Rd.

Dutch Bros Coffee
7974 Long Point Rd.

Dorothy Puch Lillig

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