Dipity Dough of the Month: Yankee Doodle Dandy

Ready for the month of the July and all of the big Independence Day festivities? We are serving up a big dose of red, white, and blue that will beat the summer heat and help you celebrate July 4, 1776 all month long!


Two warm Old Glory sugar cookies (made with red, white, and blue sprinkles) surround a big scoop of blueberry ice cream. So good, this has been designated Uncle Sam’s favorite frozen treat. Stop in and grab one!

Dipity Dough of the Month: Lord Stanley

Ready for the NHL finals? We are serving up Gloria, which is blue moon ice cream with yellow sprinkles and marshmallow swirl. You can also ask us for a Gloria Sundae (with marshmallow sauce and yellow sprinkles).


Then take it up a notch with our "Lord Stanley" Dipity Dough. 2 chocolate cookies surround our “Gloria Ice Cream” and are topped by marshmallow sauce and yellow sprinkles. Tastes like a Stanley Cup winner! Sing Gloria!

Dipity Dough of the Month: Spring Fling

Inspired by the arrival of the much anticipated and much apreciated warm spring weather, our new Dipity Dough is called “Spring Fling” because it is time to fling off the bad weather and winter clothers and get outside with a large scoop of ice cream between two warm homemade cookies!


We took a big scoop of Serendipty’s Strawberry Ice Cream and placed it in between Lemon Gooey Butter Cookies. You gotta try the "Spring Fling" as this delicious delight will be enjoyed by all who walk though the door. Our latest custom made Ice Cream Sandwich might be our greatest yet!

5 Course Whiskey Dinner Fundraiser for Beckie Jacobs "Team in Training"

Stone Turtle recently put together a 5 Course Whiskey Dinner Fundraiser for Beckie Jacobs "Team in Training" with a menu and pairing by owners Nick Funke, Maz Nooran, and Todd Bale. Note that 1st seating will be at 6 pm and 2nd seating will be at 8 pm.

$80 gets you 5 courses of delicious food and drink, but even more, $40 (HALF) will go to Beckie's Team In Training, which helps The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society support cutting-edge research projects in the most promising areas of cancer research.



1st Course: Cheese and Crackers
Welsh Mustard Cheese on Toasted Lavash
Monkey Shoulder Collins

2nd Course: Tuna Bomb
Ahi Tuna, Avocado, Carrot in a Wonton Shell, Citrus Bourbon Glaze
Glenfiddich 14 year Bourbon Barrel Reserve

3rd Course: Chicken & Waffles
Fried Chicken, Belgian Style Waffle, Hot Honey, Maple Whiskey Syrup
Glenfiddich 15 year Solera Reserve

4th Course: Short Rib
Braised Short Rib, Chicken Liver Foie Gras Tortellacci w/ Scotch Whisky Au Poive Sauce
Glenfiddich Fire & Cane

5th Course: Ice Cream
Serendipity Ice Cream
Slow Brewed Tullamore Dew Irish Coffee

Purchase tickets on Eventbrite

Dipity Dough of the Month: Springtime Bliss

Inspired by the arrival of the much anticipated and much apreciated warm spring weather, our new Dipity Dough is called “Springtime Bliss” for good reason. And yes, it is also off the chain crazy delicious!


We took a big scoop of our Coconut Almond Bliss (smooth coconut ice cream with almond and chocolate chunks) and put that in between two warm Pineapple Upside Down Gooey Butter cookies. You gotta try the "Springtime Bliss!" Our latest and greatest Ice Cream Sandwich.

Dipity Dough of the Month: Lucky Choco O'Minty

Inspired by St. Patrick's Day, Serendipity Ice Cream’s Dipity Dough of the Month (for March) is called a Lucky Choco O'Minty.


It is made with a scoop of our Mint Chip Super Premium Ice Cream and then warmed between two freshly baked Chocolate Cookies filled with chopped Andes Mints. Let's just go ahead and say that this particular Ice Cream Sandwich definitely sham-rocks!

Dipity Dough of the Month: Cha Cha Cherry

With Ice Cream for Breakfast Day (the first Saturday in February) and then Ice Cream "Conversation Hearts" Cakes (for Valentine’s Day), all of us have been negligent in promoting our “Dipity Dough of the Month” (custom ice cream sandwich).


We are currently offering a Cha Cha Cherry, which is made with a scoop of Black Cherry Ice Cream and inserted between two warm, freshly made Black Cherry White Chocolate Chip Cookies. It is worth chopping down a cherry tree for!

National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day

Ice Cream For Breakfast Day is back February 2nd and Serendipity Ice Cream will open early (at 8:00 AM) for our special waffle sundaes and other breakfast inspired treats.

Wear your pajamas to Serendipity and get a free mug* filled with coffee, tea, or hot chocolate. Actual pajamas please. Not "I sleep in my clothes!"


Even better, make sure you try one of our Spirited Drinks: Hot Toddy (tea and bourbon), Irish Coffee (coffee and Irish whiskey), or Peppermint Patty (hot cocoa with peppermint schnapps).

Donuts sponsored by Eddie's Southtown Donuts and coffee sponsored by Thomas Coffee.

*while supplies last

"BOGO Must-Go Sale" is Jan. 15 to Feb. 1

Your favorite, local ice cream shop returns from winter break with a "BOGO Must-Go Sale" where each day we offer one special BOGO item. Even better, we will take 25% OFF of all remaining holiday ice creams (until we run out). Serendiptiy Ice Cream's BOGO Must-Go Sale line-up:


BOGO (Buy One Get One) Sale:
Tuesday: Buy a cone, get one* free.
Wednesday: Buy a dipstix, get one free.
Thursday: Buy a shake or malt*, get one free.
Friday: Buy a Chocolate Heaven, get one free.
Saturday: Buy a Banana Split, get one free.
Sunday: Buy any specialty sundae, get one* free.

Must-Go (25% Off Holiday Ice Cream) Sale:
Pumpkin, Snap-O-Lantern, Peppermint, Egg Nog

*NOTE: Of equal or lesser value. Discounts cannot be combined. Excluding Spirited Shakes.

A Message From Owner Beckie Jacobs

I am proud to say that I have been serving up ice cream at my shop at 8130 Big Bend Boulevard in Webster Groves for 15 years, as well as selling my ice cream to local restaurants and retailers. I have enjoyed making and selling the BEST ice cream in the area.

Recently, I inked an agreement with The Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream Company in Madison, WI, to provide super-premium ice cream in my shop and to my local wholesale customers. The reason is simple, yet complicated. The FDA's Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) went into effect for very small businesses like Serendipity in September. The regulation imposes additional stringent standards on wholesale food production, impacting many local purveyors' ability to provide products for resale.

I first heard about FSMA a couple of years ago. Since then, I diligently researched the requirements and completed the FDA's training – just like when I opened in 2003. Once I realized how much FSMA would impact every aspect of our wholesale production of ice cream, it became clear that spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to upgrade my production facilities to meet the new standards would not be the best business decision.

Fortunately, I was approached by The Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream Company, a family-owned and operated company that has been making award-winning ice cream for more than 50 years, to serve as a new supplier for my shop and the many restaurants, hotels, and country clubs I serve.


My first priority has always been serving the most delicious ice cream for our customers. When I tried their super-premium ice cream many years ago, I was blown away. The taste and quality are better than anything else I’ve ever tried. Outside of my own ice cream, theirs is the only ice cream good enough for my customers.

Plus, since The Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream Company already meets the FDA requirements for FSMA, I feel confident that the switch will allow me to continue to delight customers, both in my shop and at the many locations that proudly serve Serendipity ice cream. Serendipity is the only retailer and distributor of The Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream Company ice cream in St. Louis.

Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream starts with 100% natural base mix made with pure cane sugar and natural stabilizers. Many flavors are 100% natural. If you notice that the ice cream reminds you of gelato in Italy, it’s probably due to the extremely low amount of air in the ice cream. For those who are interested, the ice cream is also Certified Kosher by the Chicago Rabbinical Council.

I will carry up to 13 flavors of Chocolate Shoppe ice cream, but don’t despair! Serendipity will still make Cookie Monster and Gooey Butter Cake, which will now be available EXCLUSIVELY in my shop. Enjoy them by the scoop or in Serendipity’s Dipity Dough custom ice cream sandwiches, sundaes, Spirited Shakes, and other specialties.

I truly appreciate all of your support over the past 15 years. I invite you to stop by the shop and check out the new flavors for yourself. I hope you love them as much as I do!

Sincerely – Beckie Jacobs

National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day

On Saturday, February 3rd, we will be celebrating our TENTH ANNUAL celebration of National Ice Cream For Breakfast Day. From 8am to 10pm, we will be welcoming customers to come and enjoy breakfast-inspired frozen treats, such as our Waffle Ice Cream Sundae featuring our world famous Maple Bacon Crunch (maple-pecan ice cream with maple syrup and crispy bacon).


Highlighted specials include Saturday Morning Cartoons (blue moon ice cream with chocolate covered Fruity Pebbles cereal), French Toast Crunch (spiced French vanilla ice cream with chocolate covered Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal), and ice cream sandwiches made with Eddie’s Southtown Donuts.

As always, we encourage guests to sport their favorite pajamas, which earns you a free Serendipity mug filled with your choice of coffee, tea, or hot cocoa. Adults can turn these into “grown up” mugs by making them “spirited” for a small additional charge and choosing from Irish Coffee (coffee and Irish whiskey), Peppermint Patty (hot cocoa with peppermint schnapps), Hot Toddy (tea and bourbon), or a mimosa (orange juice and sparkling wine).