Taking ice cream to-go is no new concept at Lady Moo Moo. For years now, this Bed-Stuy spot has been serving things like banana pudding ice cream and yuzu lemon sorbet from a takeout window on the corner of Chauncey Street and Howard Avenue. But if you really want to know why this place is great, focus your attention on their “Rooftop Honey” flavor. It’s pretty simple, and tastes like creamy gold.
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