We all scream for ice cream: SA tops list as chocolate ice cream lovers

SAN ANTONIO – The Alamo City is known for its tacos and margaritas, but did you know San Antonians loved their chocolate ice cream too?

Popular delivery app Postmates partnered with National Today to rank the cities across the nation to see who reigned chocolate ice cream supreme.

And San Antonio topped the list.

Cities were ranked based on the total number of chocolate ice cream deliveries through Postmates, the frequency of the deliveries and the overall preference for chocolate ice cream over any other food. Joining San Antonio on the list from Texas include Austin (19), Dallas (22) and Houston (27).

40 Most Chocolate Ice Cream-Loving U.S. Cities

  1. San Antonio
  2. New York City
  3. San Francisco
  4. Chicago
  5. Portland
  6. Charlotte
  7. Phoenix
  8. Kansas City
  9. Oklahoma City
  10. Los Angeles
  11. Ft. Lauderdale
  12. Miami
  13. San Diego
  14. Denver
  15. Philadelphia
  16. Nashville
  17. Las Vegas
  18. Atlanta
  19. Austin
  20. Seattle
  21. Sacramento
  22. Dallas / Ft. Worth
  23. Minneapolis
  24. Washington, D.C.
  25. Virginia Beach
  26. Pittsburgh
  27. Houston
  28. Columbus
  29. Boston
  30. Milwaukee
  31. New Orleans
  32. St. Louis
  33. Raleigh
  34. Louisville
  35. Tampa
  36. Palm Springs
  37. Baltimore
  38. Orlando
  39. Jersey City
  40. Indianapolis

To encourage even more San Antonians to scream for ice cream on National Chocolate Ice Cream Day and to celebrate their BFFs on National BFFs Day on Thursday, Postmates is delivering two free pints of ice cream (chocolate and otherwise) to each of the first 5,000 San Antonio dwellers. One pint for them and the other for their best friend.

All you have to do is download Postmates and order on June 7. Once downloaded, add any two pints of ice cream to your cart from your favorite local or chain ice cream parlor. Then use code ICECREAM to get it for free!

Enjoy!

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