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    Salt & Straw (Little Italy)
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    Salt & Straw (Little Italy)

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    Every Day
    12:00 PM - 10:45 PM

    1670 India St, San Diego, CA 92101 • More


    • Picked for you

      • Salt & Straw Shirt

        So comfy you’ll never want to take it off. (Seriously)
        $22.00
      • Salt & Straw Ice Cream Cookbook

        Proof that making ice cream at home can be cool. You’ll master our super-simple ice cream base, then learn how to make dozens of our most iconic flavors, like Sea Salt with Caramel Ribbons, Chocolate Gooey Brownie, and Honey Lavender. Pick up an ice cream maker (a used one totally works) and get churnin’.
        $25.00
    • Pints

      • Chocolate Gooey Brownie

        For anyone who eats brownies warm right out of the pan. We fold housemade marshmallow fluff into our intensely chocolatey brownie batter so each piece stays fudgy in ice cream.
        $13.00
      • Pear & Blue Cheese

        We candy Oregon bartletts to bring out their flavor, then fold in cave-aged crumbles of Rogue Creamery’s blue cheese (voted best in the world) for a bold thwack. Made with Rogue Creamery Contains: Milk
        $13.00
      • Arbequina Olive Oil

        Ice cream illuminates this incredible Oregon olive oil’s velvety texture and tropical, grassy notes. At once simple and wildly complex. Made with Durant Olive Mill Arbequina Olive Oil Contains: Milk
        $13.00
      • Freckled Mint TCHO-colate Chip (v)

        Vegan. Coconut and pure Oregon mint oil coalesce into a delicate, floral ice cream, freckled with organic chocolate from San Francisco’s craft chocolate godfather TCHO. Contains: Tree Nuts (coconut), Soy
        $13.00
      • Strawberry and Coconut Water Sherbet (v)

        Vegan. Coconut water and a little sugar are the only things we need to let the sweet-tart quality of strawberry shine in this creamy.
        $13.00
      • Double Fold Vanilla

        It’s called “double fold” for a reason: Our friends at Singing Dog use twice as many vanilla beans in their extract to pack an incredible punch. This definitely ain’t vanilla vanilla. Contains: Milk
        $13.00
      • Salted, Malted, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

        Made with the same bold malt you’d use to brew amber ale, our cookie dough is perfectly salty—we use two types of salt. Thick malted fudge rounds it all out. Contains: Milk, Wheat
        $13.00
      • Honey Lavender

        We steep heaps of fragrant lavender petals to make a syrup, then infuse it into cream, bringing out a smoky lilac hue and floral punch followed by a sweet touch of honey on your tongue. Contains: Milk
        $13.00
      • Sea Salt w/ Caramel Ribbons

        Mark Bitterman, the world’s first selmelier, collaborated with us on this reimagined salted caramel flavor. We ribbon dark house caramel into ice cream generously salted with Bitterman’s fleur de sel from Guatemala. Made with Bitterman Salt Contains: Milk
        $13.00
    • Salt & Straw Mercantile

      • Salt & Straw Shirt

        So comfy you’ll never want to take it off. (Seriously)
        $22.00
      • Salt & Straw Ice Cream Cookbook

        Proof that making ice cream at home can be cool. You’ll master our super-simple ice cream base, then learn how to make dozens of our most iconic flavors, like Sea Salt with Caramel Ribbons, Chocolate Gooey Brownie, and Honey Lavender. Pick up an ice cream maker (a used one totally works) and get churnin’.
        $25.00
    • EAT YOUR FLOWERS

      Late spring is a roller-coaster ride of rainy mornings, sunny afternoons and fresh produce at the farmers markets. This series’ flavors feature our favorite local spring flowers and fruits that draw us outside no matter the forecast.

      • Rhubarb Crumble w/ Toasted Anise

        Rhubarb—used in traditional Chinese medicine, presented at Queen Victoria’s coronation, grown in total darkness in the Rhubarb Triangle—may have lofty origins. But along the West Coast, this humble, hardy, prehistoric-looking vegetable is a welcome sign of spring. We transform the PNW’s abundance of rhubarb into a simple crumble a la mode. To do so, we dark roast anise for the crumble, delivering a floral punch that can stand up to the acidity of our homemade rhubarb jam, the sum more satisfyingly complex than its individual parts. Contains: Milk, Wheat
        $13.00
      • Mathilde's Hibiscus & Coconut Sherbet (v)

        Hailing from the remote high mountains of Haiti, Mathilde spent her childhood learning her family’s traditional recipes over open flame. As an adult, she returned to start her own non-profit in her village to fund projects for a school and a health clinic. Now, after a successful run at food incubator Portland Mercado, Mathilde is on a mission to showcase the richness and beauty of Haiti through a different lens. She’s turned Haiti’s national flower, the hibiscus, into a spicy ginger brew. Here, we simply add coconut cream, then churn it into a bright, tropical sherbet. Made with Mathilde’s Kitchen Contains: Tree Nuts (coconut)
        $13.00
    • RAD READERS

      Taking a cue from five of our favorite children’s authors, we churned dreamy flavors offering you an escape into a thrilling new journey. So come along, grab a spoon, and step into our library.

      • Goosebumps: Monster Blood is Back! (Author: R.L. Stine)

        We consider ourselves pretty fearless kitchen explorers. For this flavor, we pulled all sorts of ingredients from our pantry, a little of this, some of that. Laying it all out on the table, we noticed something peculiar. Amongst our ingredients, we found a mysterious blue can. “What could be in there?” we wondered. Inside was a bright green goo, shimmering in the light. Looking at it, we decided to go where no chef has gone before. No joke. Streaks of citrusy, shiny green goo suspend hunks of deep red strawberry bark. Each bite will hit you with a surprising POP as it explodes in your mouth. Warning: If you hear strange gurgling noises coming from your pint… RUN FOR YOUR LIFE! Contains Milk, Soy
        $13.00
      • Smile: Words & Pictures (Author: Raina Telgemeier)

        Ever wondered what your very own graphic novel would look like… or even taste like? Inspired by the sketch table of Raina Telgemeier, author of intensely relatable graphic novels Smile and Guts, we gathered everything to craft your own story—paper, pencil, and eraser—before reimagining them into ice cream. Yellow and pink almond-infused sponge cake and stracciatella “pencil shavings” are strewn about our favorite sketchpad, trusty vanilla ice cream. For all of our budding illustrator and storyteller friends out there, we say, ‘Draw your spoons and scoop your own flavor story!’ Contains Milk, Wheat, Eggs, Tree Nuts (almonds)
        $13.00
      • Amulet: Fruit of the Gadoba Tree (Author: Kazu Kibuishi)

        Perched high upon a perilous mountaintop reside the last of the Gadoba trees. The fruit of this tree is powerful: one in every 100 can save your life, while the other 99 will take it away. We plucked some ourselves for its magical elixir. Ever shrouded in mystery, this flavor’s quest begins with capturing the otherworldly flavors of cacao nibs by steeping them in sweet cream, then culminates with dollops of our kitchen’s real life concoction of the mysterious, juicy “Gadoba” fruit. Contains Milk, Tree Nuts (Lychees)
        $13.00
      • Twins: A Matching Pear w/ Twinnamon Swirl (Author: Varian Johnson)

        Twins means best friends forever, right? Just how the inseparable bond between twins Maureen and Francine Carter is tested when they enter middle school, we paired up a dynamic combination of two decidedly unique flavors, interweaving the nuances of individuality and sisterly love. In our own tale of the twins, we weave whips of our housemade cinnamon-laced cream cheese throughout a sweet and fragrant pear ice cream. Contains Milk
        $13.00
    • Berries, Berries, Berries!

      As the hot, hazy days of summer arrive, a kaleidoscope of color bursts forth from the brambles: succulent, brilliantly-hued berries waiting to be devoured. Help us celebrate the return of berry season with these spectacular creations.

      • Goat Cheese Marionberry Habanero

        An edible tongue twister of sweet berries, funky goat cheese, and complex habanero heat that reveals itself slowly with a pleasant burn. Based on award-winning Portland Creamery’s Sweet Fire Chèvre, this long-awaited summer flavor weaves tangy goat cheese ice cream with a fruity, fiery jam starring Oregon-invented marionberries. Contains Milk
        $13.00
      • Birthday Cakes and Blackberries

        Your official vacation from adulthood. Textured hunks of rainbow-sprinkled birthday crumble, Oregon Hill evergreen blackberry jam, and double-vanilla ice cream reminiscent of kid birthday parties. Contains Milk, Wheat, Soy
        $13.00
      • Wild-Foraged Berry Slab Pie

        Close your eyes and imagine classic berry pie à la mode: Wild berries plucked from the alpine slopes of Mt. Baker in Washington, simmered into an ooey-gooey filling, then slathered across crispy bits of double-baked pie crust and strewn about a salted vanilla ice cream, Jackson Pollock-style. Now open your eyes — no, you’re not dreaming. Contains Milk, Wheat, Eggs
        $13.00
      • Boysenberry Oat Milk Sherbet (v)

        Boysenberries are spectacular when enjoyed fresh off the bramble, but we had to stop from downing too many ourselves. Instead, we filled our buckets to the brim with these hulking hybrids to turn their juicy intensity and sweet-tang punch, coupled with a touch of oat milk, into the eponymous sherbet of summer.
        $13.00
      • Besharam's Yogurt Lassi w/ Raspberries

        A flavor unlike any other - and one that’s been years in the making. In our first ever chef-commissioned flavor, we partnered with San Francisco’s Besharam Head Chef, Heena Patel. A graduate of food incubator La Cocina, Heena founded award-winning Besharam to share her family’s Gujuarati cuisine. In this lassi-inspired flavor, delicate rosewater and a hit of cardamom are balanced by ripples of raspberry jam infused with toasted whole cumin seeds. Spice-forward and unabashedly unbelievable. Made with Guest Chef, Besharam's Heena Patel Contains Milk
        $13.00