13 Ice Cream is the Best Ice Cream in the Inland Empire

13 Ice Cream is the Best Ice Cream in the Inland Empire
Hardy L. Brown. Photo by Benoit Malphettes

Hardy L. Brown. Photo by Benoit Malphettes

If you have a thing for ice cream then I recommend you try this one business in Fontana, which is owned and operated by a dynamic couple that loves people, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Vega. As a child in Trenton, North Carolina I grew up on Sealtest Maola Ice Cream out of New Bern where my brother-in-law worked. When I first moved to California, I loved Dairy Queen. And when Baskin Robbins 31 Flavors opened on Highland Avenue in San Bernardino, I could not pass up the opportunity to try out a new place. 

It got started when my granddaughter Peyton came over and said “granddaddy I want to go where grandmamma is giving away free ice cream.” So I tore myself away from the computer and took her to the Vega’s shop to the surprise of my wife. 

I am so happy I did because 13 Ice Cream is the place to get some real good ice cream an meet some real good people. They have any flavor you can think of and some you might not have heard of like Pina Colada, which had some waiting in line to taste that one. Of course they had one named Cherry Brown in honor of our local assembly member. Peyton had a great time and so did my brother Vincent who loves ice cream as much as I do.

We all had a wonderful time and look forward to our next visit to 13 Ice Cream at 17337 Arrow Blvd in Fontana. If you get a craving for ice cream, visit the Vegas, and tell them Hardy Brown sent you.




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