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Location

3921 Farnam Street
Blackstone District
Omaha, NE 68131
402.913.2399
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Hours

Tuesday - Saturday
12 - 10 p.m.
Sunday
11 a.m. - 8 p.m.

I Scream, you scream, we can’t wait for ice cream!

Handmade Ice Cream

Crafted with creativity and a love of real, local ingredients, our ice creams, waffle cones, and heck, even the sprinkles are made in our own kitchen. We put time, passion, and pure ingredients into our sweet delights, and the results are worth it! What we don’t make ourselves we bring in from the best shops sharing our passion for quality ingredients.

Flavors on Scoop

With a focus on fresh and local, our flavors change with the season and the availability. Check out some of our selection of flavors below, but you’ll have to stop into the shop to find out what’s on scoop for the day!

Classics

Vanilla Bean

Dark Chocolate

Blackstone Butterbrickle

Archetype Coffee

Cookies and Cream

Salted Caramel

Signatures

Toasted Coconut

Cinnamon Apple Butter

Tart Cherry Crumble

Pumpkin Cheesecake with Espresso Caramel

Milk Chocolate Chai Creme Brulee

Pear Sorbet (Vegan)

Dark Chocolate (Vegan)

Sauces & Toppings

Hot Fudge

Salted Caramel

Seasonal Fruit Compote

Whipped Cream

Whipped Coconut Cream (vegan)

Sprinkles

Brownie Chunks

Graham Crumble

Amarena Cherries

Treats & Drinks

Ice Pops

Ice Cream Sandwiches

Floats

Local Root Beer on-Tap

Artisan Bottled Sodas

Bottled Water

Locally grown, locally made, locally eaten

About Coneflower

A Chef, a Garden, a Dream

To a chef, fresh, pure ingredients are inspiration points. They beckon and call at ideas deep in a chef’s mind. They’re tantalizing and thrilling and enticing. Add a gardening passion that manifests during Nebraska winters as hours of perusing heirloom seed catalogs dreaming of warm days, blue skies, and bountiful harvests. Mix it together with a passion for artisan ice cream, and the result is Coneflower Creamery, a beautiful dream aimed at bringing farm-fresh ingredients to customers in the shape of a cone.

Why Coneflower

Those winter hours dreaming of gardening also played a large part in naming the ice cream shop. Coneflowers are a native wildflower with brilliant magenta and orange coloring that brings to mind the Midwest, open prairies, and summer. What better name than something bright, cheery, and pleasant. Coneflowers are also believed to have healing benefits, something we believe ice cream has as well!

Brian Langbehn

Brian Langbehn, founder, chef, & scoopologist

Brian began his culinary journey as a pastry assistant in Chicago at the dessert nightclub, Sugar. Pastry chef Christine McCabe introduced him to the art of making ice cream. After Chicago, Brian spent the summer cooking along Italy's Amalfi Coast and eating gelato every day. Back in the U.S., Brian landed the pastry chef position at 801 Chophouse, and would eventually work his way up to become executive chef. During this time he hired Katie Arant to be his pastry chef, with whom he often discussed his dream of opening a farm to table ice cream shop. He is ecstatic that his vision of small batch, locally sourced artisan ice cream has become reality!

Katie Arant

Chef & ice cream artisan

Katie has had experience creating pastries in Omaha at M's Pub, Le Voltaire, and 801 Chophouse. In 2012, her career took her to Napa Valley, California, where she worked at some of the areas most renowned restaurants including Bottega, Coqueta, and Thomas Keller's Bouchon Bakery. When Katie recieved a mysterious voicemail from Brian, she knew he was finally ready to open Coneflower Creamery. Her love of making ice cream brought her back to Nebraska, where her creativity and experience allows her to craft unique, locally inspired flavors.

Farm to Cone
Coneflower Truck

What Does Farm to Cone Mean?

Farm to cone means knowing where our ingredients come from, ensuring they’re fresh, and changing our offerings based off what’s in season or available. Our mission is simple: Make really good ice cream using really good ingredients. We take pride in taking the extra time to find farmers, learn about their products and business, and buy real ingredients. What goes into our ice creams and treats will always be the freshest, highest quality we can find and offers the bonus of supporting local farmers.

Live here, grow here, eat here

Our Local Partners

Branched Oak Farm

Raymond, Nebraska

Certified organic milk from grass-fed cows

Squeaky Green Organics

Omaha, Nebraska

Certified organic seasonal produce

Smalls Fruit Farm

Mondamin, Iowa

Iowa-grown seasonal fruit

Archetype Coffee

Omaha, Nebraska

Locally roasted organic coffee beans

Scriptown Brewery

Omaha, Nebraska

Locally produced artisan root beer

Bloomsorganic

Honey Creek, Iowa

Certified organic seasonal produce

Wenninghoff's Farm

Omaha, Nebraska

Local produce

With a moo-moo here and a moo-moo there.