The Wooder Ice at Pop's Is a South Philly Tradition

Pop's Homemade Water Ice - A South Philly Tradition

Pop's Homemade Water Ice - A South Philly Tradition

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Pops Water IcePhiladelphia, PA - If you're looking for a unique way to cool down in the summertime, look no further than Pop's Water Ice in South Philadelphia. This popular "Wooder Ice" spot has been serving water ice to the community since 1932. No matter what you're craving, they have the perfect flavor for you! You can enjoy a delicious shaved ice treat while soaking up the sun or opt for one of their many other refreshing drinks.

Pop's Homemade Water Ice in South Philadelphia

This beloved Philadelphia institution has been serving homemade water ice since 1932 and just celebrated its 90th Anniversary. Their menu includes a variety of fruit flavors and a few indulgent options. The location is on Oregon Avenue, across from Marconi Park.

The traditional Philadelphia water ice comes in a retro paper cup and a plastic spoon. However, don't forget to dip the soft pretzels in your "Wooder Ice," it is a must-do when you're in Philly!

Pops Water Ice

Pop's is known for its walk-up window, where you can sample several different flavors and enjoy your treat while watching the people stroll by. Its water ice is also available with various toppings, and don't forget to buy a soft pretzel. The flavors are seasonal and rotate regularly, so make sure to visit the perfect time to try it.

Water ice is one of the most iconic Philadelphia treats. It is unique in its simplicity and defies conventions while making the ultimate treat. In fact, Philadelphians are known to eat water, ice, and soft pretzels in place of a full-on meal for decades.

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