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The Lemon Ice King of Corona is such a neighborhood institution you can spot it in the opening credits of King of Queens, alongside landmarks like the Unisphere. For more than 60 years, the shop has supplied locals with Italian ices in classic flavors like lemon, chocolate, cherry, rainbow, piña colada, coconut and pineapple—as well as wilder flavors, like peanut butter, licorice, mint and rum raisin. A few flavors even come in sugar-free versions.