Skip to main content

Wonders is bringing its rolled ice cream to the Mall of America

It describes itself as the hibachi of ice cream.

The innovative confectioners of Wonders Ice Cream will bring their talents to the Mall of America.

The Bloomington megamall announced on Friday that it will be the location of the latest Wonders Ice Cream store in the Twin Cities.

Known for its rolled ice cream, the company has already added locations in Blaine and Maple Grove since opening its original store in St. Paul last August.

It's also opening stores in Burnsville and Minneapolis later this year.

Co-founder Joungkong Yang describes his concoctions as "the hibachi of ice cream," because it's not just about the food, but also the experience.

The ice cream is made right before your eyes on an ice grill that chills the ingredients, before being rolled into little spiral cylinders before your eyes.

It will open its newest ice cream and dessert parlor on Level 2, East at the MOA later this fall.

Today's Top Stories

– More flooding on Minnesota rivers with 'growing concern' for more heavy rain.

– After 2 weeks on the run, Wisconsin fugitive turns himself in.

"Wonders Ice Cream provides a new and innovative approach to a familiar dessert that so many people love," said MOA VP of leasing Carrie Charleston.

"This is a first of its kind store at Mall of America and we’re excited to share their delicious flavors with our over 40 million annual visitors."

Check out this video our former colleague Josette Elieff put together on Wonders (back when we were still GoMN).

Next Up

University of minnesota sign

U of M gives some students 50% off meals for September after complaints

Students have complained about an array of issues surrounding dining halls.


Gallery: Sprawling estate near Superior National Forest listed for $2.9M

The property has been in the same family for over 60 years.

Screen Shot 2022-09-27 at 2.51.49 PM

Surgery clinic proposed to replace 111-year-old farmhouse in Eagan

A developer is proposing to transform the remnant farm property.

Hurricane Ian

Why Hurricane Ian could be catastrophic in Florida

Hurricanes are the atmosphere’s biggest show of force and energy, and Hurricane Ian is no exception.


Suspect arrested after man and dog shot on St. Paul's East Side

The shooting happened around 12:45 p.m. Tuesday.


Bemidji police appeal to find missing teenager

Tahlia Poitra was last seen Wednesday.


Crisp & Green owner launches new chain, with 12 MN locations planned

Steele Brands already owns and operates Crisp & Green and Stalk & Spade.


New vendor to open at Rosedale Center food hall

POTLUCK Food Hall offers a rotating collection of local restaurants and food retailers.


Woman charged in drunk driving incident that killed Minnetonka HS alum

Nate Stratton, 20, died from his injuries on Sept. 18.


Wonka-style candy experience coming to the MOA for a limited time

The 17,000-square-foot interactive, edible museum will open in March.

Ben & Jerry's is giving away free ice cream Tuesday

It's back: Free ice cream cone from Ben & Jerry's.

Ben & Jerry's is giving away free ice cream Tuesday

It's back: Free ice cream cone from Ben & Jerry's.

Minnesota Nice Cream

Popular Minneapolis ice cream makers expand to Stillwater

Minnesota Nice Cream is now open in the city on the St. Croix.

MOA's ice rink to stay open for longer due to popular demand

It had been scheduled to close on Jan. 27, but that's been pushed back.