Newsday’s Erica Marcus selected 32 of Long Island’s best ice cream shops, which battled it out, bracket-style. You voted, the pairings shrunk, and a winner reigned supreme.

Congrats to Ice Cream Cottage in Mastic for capturing the popular vote!

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A sprinkle dipped waffle cone at Ice Cream Cottage in Mastic. VOTE

Ice Cream Cottage

1590 Montauk Hwy.

Mastic

631-395-3580

John Pastore has been making ice cream at his little “cottage” in Mastic for more than 30 years. The ex-Carvel man serves both hard and soft-serve chocolate ice cream in an unparalleled variety of cones: sugar, wafer, double wafer, waffle, chocolate waffle, chocolate chip, chocolate wafer, pretzel, M & M. Flavors include chocolate overdose (fudge, chips, brownies), black forest (black Bordeaux cherries and broken-up chocolate shell) and a chocolate peanut-butter cup with a ribbon of peanut sauce plus crushed peanut-butter cups.

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Daniel Brennan

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Chocolate chip ice cream is served in a cookie cone at Sweet Treats on the Wharf in Port Washington. VOTE

Sweet Treats on the Wharf

405 Main St.

Port Washington

516-708-1706

In the nearly two decades that Douglas Shepardson has run Sweet Treats on the Wharf, he has produced most of the frozen desserts known to man: ice cream, soft serve, frozen yogurt, Italian ice, sorbet and shave ice, a Hawaiian specialty in which finely ground ice is topped with sweet, colorful, fruit-flavored syrup, resulting in a refreshing solid-going-slushy beverage. Buy a cup, then stroll onto Inspiration Wharf for one of the best views on the North Shore.

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Yvonne Albinowski

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