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Two big ice-cream openings are happening downtown.
Plus: 20 percent off for shoppers and theater fans at Andaz, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
The Franklin Fountain's brothers land in the pages of New York Times and Bassett's gears up to celebrate its 150th anniversary.
It sure makes the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck look pretty tame.
We asked the city's best chefs which truck treats they still crave.
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The once-lackluster street has seen a food revolution of its own with the introduction of Roy Choi's rice bowls and Matt Kang's coffee and ice cream shop.
The French chef's pop-up restaurant still sold at least one to basically every table.
The rogue strain of bacteria is found to have aggressive genes. Scary!
The Greenwich Village gelateria opens next week.
Plus, an ice-cream parlor that cooked crack?
The ice cream sandwiches truck is going brick and mortar with some cool interior design tricks, naturally, to be revealed.
For the next six weeks, the company's food truck will dispense with free flavors.
A blend of fresh fruit, shaved ice, and sweet ingredients marks a new entry in the frozen dessert market.
Not only that, but the burger flavored treat appears to be selling out.
Alex Reznik will serve eleven guests each week at the sushi bar, while Bryant Ng drops a highly-recommended banh mi on Downtown.
Following the arrest of a vendor, CHIRLA tries to educate ice cream and candy salespeople on their legal rights.