There’s a new rolled ice cream shop in town, this time in Squirrel Hill.
15° Fahrenheit has just opened its second location in Pittsburgh, offering Thai-inspired rolled ice cream, topped with fresh fruit, candy, chocolate and more.
The shop is owned by the Li family, which also owns the original 15° Fahrenheit location in Mt. Lebanon.
15° Fahrenheit is famous for its made-to-order rolled ice cream, which is created when a flavored, creamy ice cream batter is poured onto a below-freezing metal plate (-15 degrees Fahrenheit, hence the name). Then, two paddles are used to chop and mix in a variety of additions, like brownies, coconut, pretzels, sprinkles, cookies and fruit. These thin sheets of frozen ice cream are them scraped into small rolls, and placed upright into a cup, with more garnishes added on top.
The Squirrel Hill menu features ice cream flavors like classic vanilla, Thai tea, Matcha, chocolate and coffee, and add-ins like kiwi, Oreo cookies, mango, Fruity Pebbles and cookie dough. The shop also offers list of tried-and-true menu options, like Cookies & Cream and Coffee Crunch, and guests are also invited to make their own one-of-a-kind creations.
15° Fahrenheit is located at 1722 Murray Avenue, and is open from noon to 10:00 p.m. every day.
15° Fahrenheit (1722 Murray Avenue)