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Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous features American ice cream with a twist and has been garnering buzz for its unusual creations since it opened in 2010. The creamery is located in the Dogpatch and run by pastry chefs Ian Flores and Anabelle Topacio. Strauss farm cream is used as their base to create flavors such as lemon verbena and rum, orange blossom with caramel syrup, earl grey tea, jasmine green tea, vanilla bean with butterscotch and cookie bits, salted mango, chicory coffee, and the Ballpark (Anchor Steam beer, peanuts, and chocolate pretzels). In addition to quirky flavors on the daily changing menu, Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous also has the usual ice cream shop favorites like cookies and cream, vanilla bean, pralines and cream, choco-malted crunch, pear, and mascarpone. Chocolate chip and toffee and peanut brittle cookies are also sold. There is limited indoor seating and a $5 minimum card charge. Daily flavors are written on a chalkboard, and the shop also offers coffee and a minimal selection of baked goodies.

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Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous features American ice cream with a twist and has been garnering buzz for its unusual creations since it opened in 2010. The creamery is located in the Dogpatch and run by pastry chefs Ian Flores and Anabelle Topacio. Strauss farm cream is used as their base to create flavors such as lemon verbena and rum, orange blossom with caramel syrup, earl grey tea, jasmine green tea, vanilla bean with butterscotch and cookie bits, salted mango, chicory coffee, and the Ballpark (Anchor Steam beer, peanuts, and chocolate pretzels). In addition to quirky flavors on the daily changing menu, Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous also has the usual ice cream shop favorites like cookies and cream, vanilla bean, pralines and cream, choco-malted crunch, pear, and mascarpone. Chocolate chip and toffee and peanut brittle cookies are also sold. There is limited indoor seating and a $5 minimum card charge. Daily flavors are written on a chalkboard, and the shop also offers coffee and a minimal selection of baked goodies.

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Price: $
Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards

Parking: Street


Reservations: Not Accepted


Attire: Casual

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