Needing an excuse to have some ice cream is like asking permission to breathe. But if you must justify it to yourself, claim scientific curiosity for all the flavor experiments to be conducted at the walk-up window of Twisted Bliss Ice Cream.Â
Ten daily-changing flavors of homemade Italian ice (such as banana cream pie, cookie dough, Red Bull or a blue one called 'avatarâ?�) can either be scooped on their own (a medium is $2.95) or swirled with fresh vanilla and/or chocolate soft-serve into a 'gelatiâ?� (medium, $3.25), then mixed and/or topped with a variety of sweet cereals and other goodies for a quarter a pop. There's an attached outdoor patio to sit and contemplate the results of your dabbling in the frozen arts, but a neighborhood stroll is also a fine time to dream up that future perfect flavor combo. (Hint: Peanut butter Italian ice twisted with Cocoa Pebbles is a really good start.)
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