Hangman’s Tree Ice Cream Saloon

305 Main Street
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Hours
Mon – 1pm-6pm
Tue – Closed
Wed-Thu – 1pm-6pm
Fri-Sat – 1pm-8pm
Sun – Closed

Stepping into the Hangman’s Tree Ice Cream Saloon is a feast for the senses.  The friendly staff welcomes you as you enter the door, and your eyes are immediately drawn to the plethora of detail to historical adornments.  After the initial feeling of stepping into history, the staff is there, ready to take your order of a tasty treat.

 While the menu choices will grow with the business, customers are currently able to choose from 14 different flavors of ice cream and two flavors of sorbet.  The Hangman’s Tree Ice Cream Saloon features Crystal Ice Cream, which is made in California’s heartland with fresh California milk that is rBST (hormone) free.  Any of the 14 flavors can be ordered in a cup or a cone, with an assortment of toppings.  Don’t want a cup or cone?  How about a banana split, sundae, ice cream float, malt or milkshake?

Another great choice is the non-dairy sorbet from Barsotti’s Juice.  Barsotti’s sorbet is produced locally in Camino, California, using fruit and vegetable juices to produce natural flavors and coloring.  Two different sorbet flavors are featured and also available as a twist.  The mango, berry, and mango-berry twist have been a big hit and we look forward to featuring other Barsotti sorbet flavors in the future.

After you get your food, sit down and relax to take in the scene.  From the historical mural, to the antique hanging chandeliers, and then the myriad of historical framed artwork, you are in for a treat!

Hangman's Tree Ice Cream Saloon outside

Hangman’s Tree Ice Cream Saloon outside

The view just inside the front door

The view just inside the front door

The great, historical mural inside Hangman's Tree

The great, historical mural inside Hangman’s Tree

The wonderful framed work opposite the mural wall

The wonderful framed work opposite the mural wall

The "Old Hangtown in '49" mural title placque

The “Old Hangtown in ’49” mural title plaque

Tim & Jamie Taylor, owners of Hangman's Tree

Tim & Jamie Taylor, owners of Hangman’s Tree

How about a banana split?

How about a banana split?

The "El Dorado" sign above the mural

The “El Dorado” sign above the mural

The "infamous" shotgun handles on the iron door

The “infamous” shotgun handles on the iron door

The back wall of the Hangman's Tree

The back wall of the Hangman’s Tree

A "Hangman's Tree" gold panning pan

A “Hangman’s Tree” gold panning pan

Looking towards the front of the shop

Looking towards the front of the saloon

Hangtown Marshalls visit

Hangtown Marshalls visit

Hangman's Tree Ice Cream Saloon

Hangman’s Tree Ice Cream Sal;oon

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