All roads should lead to Ice Cream.
One of my favorite things to do while traveling is to checkout historical neighborhoods and to scope out local gems. As we traveled along the historical downtown of Mariana, FL the Southern Craft Creamery caught my eye and I can’t say no to ice cream.
Their ice cream is handcrafted locally with milk from cows that they raise themselves. You can’t get fresher than this. We enjoyed a simple vanilla scoop and devoured a scoop of their bourbon butter pecan.
The interior of the shop itself is also gorgeously crafted. A rustic wood wrapped ice cream bar is the main central feature, and hanging pendants and white subway tile brightens up the space. A polished stained concrete floor gleams as you sit on one of the industrial wood and iron stools.
Every detail is thought out on the interior and a beautiful green grass patio allows for extra seating outside.
Such a gem!!! We are so happy to have made it right before closing time. If you are ever in Mariana or driving past on the interstate, it’s worth the few mile drive!