Mike and Mike's Italian ices makes the best Italian ice in the Carolinas!
Family owned and operated since 2011. Delicious, affordable and filled with fresh, tasty fruit. We are also available for hire at private parties and events large and small.
Our shop is located at 144 N Main St in Kernersville, North Carolina. We have a walk up service window where customers can order and buy their favorite flavor from our menu of 19 flavors!
Hours of Operation
Tuesday-Saturday 12:00-8:00 pm
Sunday 1:00-5:00 pm
We offer many of the classic Italian ice flavors such as lemon, cherry, watermelon, blue raspberry and mango. However, we also make unique flavors such as rainbow, cantaloupe, strawberry, chocolate, and two-berry blast (blueberry and blackberry mixed). We carry 19 flavors in all!
We're different from our competitors because we focus on using REAL fruit as the principal ingredient in every batch of ice we make (except chocolate of course which is filled with 100% natural cocoa). The other guys will have a tough time telling you what's in their mystery mixes. And please don't get us started with that phony baloney SnoCones and Hawaiian Shaved Ice stuff! Sheeeesh! With Mike and Mike's Italian Ice you can taste the difference in every spoonful.
We frequently post our weekly schedule on our Facebook page. Hope to see you soon!
Our ice is made with natural, fresh ingredients that we source locally. We pledge to offer the most authentic New York style Italian ice that generations of people grew up with during springs and summers past.
" I had a mango strawberry at our community pool party. Best Italian ice ever!" -- Cortny, Winston-Salem
"My kids LOVE the mango and my fav is the cherry of coarse its hard to pass up the lemon, Oh I just love them all! Love the fresh fruit ( REAL FRUIT) flavors and makes me feel that such a treat might actually be not so bad for you! LOL. Can't wait to try the next flavor! Thanks!" --Lisa, Winston-Salem
"Had an ice at the dash game and it was awesome. Thanks Mike for bring some New York down south." --Richard, WInston-Salem