For those who roll their eyes at pumpkin spice things, get over yourself. For the rest of us, I have great news, Pumpkin Spice ice cream is back at Whitey's! Pumpkin spice and the fall season is here, Quad Cities.

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On Wednesday, September 1st, Whitey's Ice Cream locations throughout the Quad Cities brought back their Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream. They announced that the popular fall flavor was making a return on Monday, August 30th. If that post on Monday didn't make you start looking for your fall outfits, then the Pumpkin Spice ice cream will.

According to Whitey's Ice Cream, you can get Pumpkin Spice flavors at all locations and you can get Pumpkin Spice in scoops, shakes, yogurt, and 1.5-quart containers.

In case you need to know where the closest Whitey's Ice Cream is to your house or current location, below is a map we created to help you out!

Whitey's Ice Cream also announced that another popular flavor, Harvest Chippers will be making a return soon as well.

It's time to break out scarves, beanies, sweaters, and spoons. Head to your nearest Whitey's Ice Cream today to get into the fall season mood with their Pumpkin Spice ice cream. And we'll also see you every morning at Starbucks getting your pumpkin spice latte.

In case you forgot, Whitey's Ice Cream made the list of Top 5 Places To Get Ice Cream in the Quad Cities. See where they landed on this list below. Hint: the Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream really helps solidify their spot on this list.

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We asked where is your favorite place to get ice cream in the Quad Cities. Hundreds of you answered and we tallied up the answers. These are the top 5 favorite places the Quad Cities loves to get ice cream.

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