Five tasty Italian ice shops
Annette's Homemade Italian Ice is one of Five tasty Italian ice shops.

1. Annette's Homemade Italian Ice

8.7
2009 N Bissell St (at Armitage Ave.), Chicago, IL
Dessert Shop · North Side · 26 tips and reviews

Time Out Chicago KidsTime Out Chicago Kids: With more than 20 flavors of homemade Italian ice (a simple corn syrup–free combo of fruit, sugar and ice), from strawberry and passion fruit to coconut-banana, boredom will never be a factor. Read more.

Gina's Italian Ice is one of Five tasty Italian ice shops.

2. Gina's Italian Ice

8.6
6737 Roosevelt Rd (at Oak Park Ave), Berwyn, IL
Ice Cream Shop · 15 tips and reviews

Time Out Chicago KidsTime Out Chicago Kids: Right about where Oak Park meets Berwyn, you’ll find Gina Tremonte scooping fresh fruit–based ice in flavors including lemon, watermelon and cantaloupe. Read more.

Mario's Italian Lemonade is one of Five tasty Italian ice shops.

3. Mario's Italian Lemonade

9.3
1068 W Taylor St (at S Carpenter St), Chicago, IL
Dessert Shop · University Village - Little Italy · 83 tips and reviews

Time Out Chicago KidsTime Out Chicago Kids: Forget the rest and opt for the namesake goods at this no-frills stand that’s been churning it out since 1954: delicately shaved ice with pieces of lemon rinds and flecks of zest. Read more.

Miko's Italian Ice is one of Five tasty Italian ice shops.

4. Miko's Italian Ice

9.1
2236 N Sacramento Ave (at Lyndale St.), Chicago, IL
Ice Cream Shop · Logan Square · 20 tips and reviews

Time Out Chicago KidsTime Out Chicago Kids: It’s hard to resist the refreshing watermelon, the fresh strawberry (with seeds and pulp galore) and the sweet, creamy mango from this charming take-out window. Read more.

Tom & Wendee's Homemade Italian Ice is one of Five tasty Italian ice shops.

5. Tom & Wendee's Homemade Italian Ice

5.9
1136 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL
Ice Cream Shop · North Side · 9 tips and reviews

Time Out Chicago KidsTime Out Chicago Kids: You’d swear something like the “chocolate toffee crunch” is bad for you—but like the rest of the Lincoln Parkers who love this Italian-ice spot, we’ll continue to eat it in ignorant bliss. Read more.