Did you know February 3rd is National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day? (Yes, it’s really a thing). Several of our favorite sweet destinations are celebrating in delicious style! Here are our favorite places to enjoy Ice Cream for Breakfast.

Where to Have Ice Cream for Breakfast in Baltimore

Belgian Liege Waffles and “Cereal Bowls” at The Charmery
February 3 | 10 AM –  1 PM | The Charmery, Hampden

It’s the most wonderful & delicious morning of the year at The Charmery! Join them (in your favorite PJs) for a special ice cream flavor line up including Red Velvet Pancakes, Cornflakes and Milk, Saturday Morning Cartoons, Biscuits and Gravy…and more! They will also be making fresh Belgian Liege Waffles to order, Cold Brew Coffee Milkshakes, and their Cereal Bowl, which includes 5 baby scoops of any flavors you choose. Don’t worry — they aren’t skipping the java.  Park and Perk will be serving up cups of hot coffee! MORE

Waffle Sundaes at Prigel Family Creamery
February 3 | 9 AM -12 PM | Prigel Family Creamery & Belvedere Square

Celebrate Ice Cream for Breakfast day with Prigel Family Creamery! They’ll be serving fresh hot waffles and waffle sundaes from 9 AM – 12 PM. (Also at Belvedere Square location!) MORE

Belgian Waffle Sundaes at Jarrettsville Creamery and Deli
February 3 | 9 AM – 1 PM | Jarrettsville Creamery and Deli,  Jarrettsville

Stop in and celebrate National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day with Jarrettsville Creamery and Deli by enjoying a Belgian Waffle Sundae! You can get your sundae with any one of their 24 available flavors of ice cream topped with strawberry topping, pineapple topping, chocolate syrup, and/or pancake syrups. MORE

Ice Cream and Affogato at Norwood Ice Cream
February 3 | 9 AM – 1 PM | Norwood Ice Cream, Sykesville

Head to Norwood Ice Cream in Sykesville (in our PJs!)  a special breakfast inspired flavor lineup of flavors. They will also be making fresh Belgian Waffles to order. Special this first year: They partnering with French Twist and are serving up cups of hot coffee and their version of an affogato. MORE


… we’ll keep updating this list, so check back!