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  • "Handmade ice cream flavors to die for, and constantly rotating flavors. Always friendly and

    consistent service. Support a local company with quality products that is involved

    and gives back to the community."

  • "We had some kind of salmon melt thingy here that was recommended to us--very very

    good! All the food our party had was good, and if we'd gone there sooner in our week, we

    probably would have returned every day for a meal. The prices were reasonable for Juneau

    as well. It is a small place, mostly looking like a coffee and ice cream shop, but again, the

    food was great! Also, staff awaited patiently for our kids to gawk silently at the

    italian soda choices (homemade ones like Sitka Spruce!) before them and order already."

  • Amazing ice cream made locally with local ingredients; craft coffee roasted down the block;

    salmon caught in local waters. Coppa is a community treasure! Try the tangy rhubarb sorbet

    in spring, and cherry vanilla (with cherries harvested from yards all around the

    neighborhood) in summer. These folks care about their ingredients, their customers, and

    their community. If you work in the Federal Building you'll be here everyday. Everyone else,

    make sure you stop by at least once a week... You need that affogato!

  • We visited her on a sunny afternoon after enjoying a late lunch at a nearby fish & chips

    shop. Couldn't pass up the chance to try some Devil's Club sorbet, but it wasn't the star of

    the menu. We ordered a large rhubarb sherbet to share and although it was smaller than

    expected it was just the right amount. Not too sweet, it was very smooth with a delicious

    tart flavor. The young lady working at the downtown cart where we purchased was very

    friendly and personable offering us samples of anything we wanted to try. At $5.75 for a

    large and $3 for a kids' sized cup or cone, the prices were about average for a specialty ice

    cream shop. My daughters very much enjoyed their Belgian chocolate treats on a

    subsequent visit. Definitely recommend a visit to this locally owned shop if you're

    in the area and looking for a sweet treat!

Store Hours

Open 6:30 am until 5 pm, Monday through Thursday, 6:30 am until 6 pm on Friday, and 8 am to 6 pm Saturday

Our cafe is located at 917 Glacier Avenue, next to the Federal Building.

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