The excitement in Southwest Louisiana continues to build as we unveil the results for the top snow cone stands for Week 3 of our Showdown. Our readers have eagerly voted, and the competition is heating up among these beloved local favorites. Known for their delightful flavors, friendly service, and refreshing treats, these snow cone stands are making a splash in the community.

Week 1 & 2 set a high bar, but the contenders this week have stepped up, bringing even more unique flavors and creative combinations to satisfy your summer cravings. From classic favorites to innovative new offerings, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you're a returning fan or a first-time visitor, these snow cone stands promise a delightful experience that keeps you coming back for more.

Here are the top snow cone stands for Week 3 and the official Standings:

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As we enter the second half of the Showdown, the competition is tighter than ever. Your votes are crucial in determining the ultimate winner of this sweet battle.

How to Vote

To vote for your favorite snow cone stand, submit your choice below. Visit our website and click on the poll link in the sidebar. Voting for Week 4 is open until midnight on Sunday, so make sure to cast your vote and support your preferred stand.

Stay tuned for next week’s results to see if your favorite stand can climb the ranks or maintain its lead. Let's keep celebrating the best snow cone stands Southwest Louisiana has to offer.

Eat Your Way Through The Hudson Valley With The Best Ice Cream

I have always enjoyed stopping by my favorite local ice cream shops and choosing a new flavor. Whether it's a hot fudge sundae, chocolate peanut butter ice cream in a cone, or an ice cream sandwich, count me in.

The Hudson Valley has strange ice cream flavors. From lemon poppyseed to thai iced tea and barn boots, there aren't any boring flavors in our area.

A 'Premiere' Hudson Valley treat shop was expanding their space during the winter months to prepare for a busy summer season.

Thankfully, we have a large selection of local ice cream shops to visit in the Hudson Valley.

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