I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!

But what's the only thing that could make some freshly scooped Jersey ice cream even better?

That's right, having it cradled between two warm cookies to make the ultimate ice cream cookie sandwich.

Jersey has a lot of great places for ice cream; Rich's, Yellow Brick Road, Iceberg, and Mrs. Walker's are all beloved, but something new is coming to the Jersey Shore that's pretty exciting.

The Baked Bear.

If you're not familiar, the Baked Bear opened at Pier Village back in 2021 and was an instant hit.

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They offer a wide variety of ice cream flavors that you can slather in between freshly made cookies for the ultimate custom cookie and ice cream creation.

Now, the Baked Bear has expanded to Asbury Park, and the company has big plans for the new location.

The Baked Bear Opens A New Location In Asbury Park, NJ

According to APP, the Baked Bear opened its latest NJ location on April 13th on Cookman Avenue in the heart of downtown Asbury.

The new store is bigger than the one in Pier Village, opening up the possibility for birthday and private parties throughout the year.

When you visit, you'll never have the same experience twice seeing how you can mix and match your cookie and your ice cream.

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They have classic chocolate chip cookies, white macadamia cookies, a blue cookie monster cookie, a cookies and cream cookie, a Funfetti cookie, the list goes on and on.

And as far as ice cream, they've got caramel pretzel fudge, mud pie, mint chip, dark chocolate, butter brittle, cookie dough, blueberry crumble, and vanilla if you're not adventurous.

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Located at 614 Cookman Avenue, you'll want to put this place on your to-do list this summer!

While you're making your way to Asbury Park, be sure to check out these hilarious new street signs.

NJ DOT's 2024 collection of humorous safety messages

The NJ DOT continued to use a series of humorous seasonal safety messages on its' over 200 electronic signs around New Jersey.

Gallery Credit: Dan Alexander

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