I heard about the Pink Pony Soft Serve through the Bread Shop. The Bread Shop had invited Pink Pony to visit them on Lena Street. Ok, I’m not on Instagram so while out the Bread Shop I would have never known about Pink Pony Soft Serve. That is one of the big reasons that I love living in Santa Fe small business help each other. We all try to support each other. A very nice thing!
We tracked the Pink Pony to the El Rey Court. I have been wanting to check out the refurbished retro hotel. I am very interesting in their bar, La Reina. We have never been and it is on my list of places to go. It always seems that we are doing something else so we have never gotten to La Reina.
The Pink Pony Soft Serve was just like the soft serve ice cream I used to get when I was a kid. The soft serve is made from a New Mexico dairy. This is another plus for me. I love when local products are involved. Yes, they are supporting each other. All Good!
We had a Sundae Cup(7) with cholocate ice cream dipped in peanut butter and chocolate. Of course.
Wow! I wasn’t expecting them to hit it out of the park but they did. The chocolate ice cream was amazing. I enjoyed the toppings and the whipping cream was so fresh and delicious. The combination was just fabulous!
This truck is woman-owned with two hard working women, Beth and James. You can follow them on Instagram. I just get emails from the Bread Shop telling me that the Pink Pony is returning to Lena Street. The Bread Shop people told me that they were so happy to finally get the Pink Pony on Lena Street.
You have to check Pink Pony’s schedule but they frequent the El Rey Court on Thursday from 4-9,
I think these ladies think that I am stalking them from place to place but their soft serve is just so great.
Their cones(4.50) are just as good as their sundaes. The waffle cone (1)makes this an incredible summer treat.
The El Rey Court is located at 1862 Cerrillos Road.
Whiskey and Clay is located at 1703 Lena Street.
Meow Wolf is located at 1352 Rufina Circle.