DELSA’S ICE CREAM
HOMEMADE ICE CREAM PARLOR & RESTAURANT
Delsa’s Ice Cream Parlor was originally a farmhouse, built in 1922, owned by Owen & Delsa Walton. Mrs. Walton made ice cream for all the neighborhood kids, and in 1961, due to the popularity of her ice cream, the Walton’s decided add another building and open an official ice cream parlour. Customers back then could enjoy an ice cream cone on the patio while watching the Walton’s cows mosey around their pasture.
Delsa’s is now an iconic ice cream parlor that was once an 80 acre dairy. We make more than 130 flavors of premium ice cream on-site at our creamery. Our ice cream has won numerous awards over the years, including Treasure Valley’s Best Local Ice Cream and Best In Idaho for USA Today’s Top 50 Ice Cream Parlors.
We believe ice cream should be full of flavor and free of unnecessary ingredients. When you come to Delsa’s you’ll surely enjoy the experience and build a family memory. We invite you to come to our old fashioned ice cream parlor and take a step back in time, where things were simple.
An Ice Cream Tradition Since 1961
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Delsa’s offers not only great food, but a LOT of space for you to host your next party or event! In addition to Delsa’s House, you can rent our our spacious Patio, Yard, and Party Barn for a cumulative space that comfortably accommodates over 250 people! The yard also has a stage for live music and concert events. Customized catering menus are available with a beer and wine selection.
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DELSA’S ICE CREAM PARLOR
Sun-Thur 11am – 8pm
THE CAPRI/DELSA’S (Meridian)
1407 N. McMillan Rd
Meridian, ID 83646
7am – 2:30pm daily
Opening December 2020!
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