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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous Turns One: Free Ice Cream for All

Posted By on Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 10:30 AM

click to enlarge Annabelle Topacio and Ian Flores - ALEX HOCHMAN
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  • Annabelle Topacio and Ian Flores

Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous' First Birthday Party

Where: Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous, 699 22nd St. (at Third St.), 970-0750

When: Sun., June 26, 1-3 p.m. (the store will close at 3 p.m. sharp)

Cost: Free

The rundown: Though the actual date was May 21, Dogpatch ice cream shop Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous will be throwing itself a one-year birthday bash this Sunday with free junior scoops for all. What flavor will they serve? Birthday cake, of course. Co-owner Annabelle Topacio describes it as cream-based with chunks of chocolate cake and confetti sprinkles. Topacio told us that she and partner Ian Flores have been the sole creators (three other employees have worked the counter) of 167 flavors during the past 13 months. Most requested are chocolate malted crunch, crema catalana, and, to her surprise, halvah. It'll be cups only on Sunday, as the cone machine is broken, but when someone gives us a present on their birthday, we just shut up and eat.

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