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What You'll Get
If the cruel temptations of the Play-Doh Fun Factory taught the world anything, it's that mouthwatering creations are more gratifying when they're actually edible. Swoop spoon-first into a scoop of icy eats with today's deal: for $5, you get $10 worth of ice cream and dessert at Dippin’ Dots. This Groupon is valid at the Old Hickory Boulevard location in Nashville or the Hillsboro Road location in Franklin. Up to four Groupons may be used per person.
At Dippin’ Dots, patrons can sample a bevy of ice cream and treats that are prepared the way every food should be: cryo-blasted into hundreds of tiny pellets that can easily be smuggled in a sock. Formed through cryogenic encapsulation, the flash-freezing process results in the small beads of ice cream known to the world as Dippin' Dots. Visitors can gobble up flavors such as bubble gum, banana, moose tracks, and cotton candy in small ($3), regular ($4.50), and large ($5.50) sizes, and flavored ice, sugar-free, sherbet, and yogurt options are also available. Alternately, opt for a Dots ‘n Cream treat ($3.75, regular), a hot frappe coffee ($3.75), or an ice-cream infused dot cake ($25) that’s perfect for celebrating birthdays every six years in space.
Dippin' Dots has become vastly popular since its invention in the ultrafuturistic year of 1988, delighting dessert fans with a simple formula of oddball ice cream. Nonetheless, sampling futuristic ice-cream snacks doesn’t have to entail serving scoops in an airtight zero-gravity chamber or calling the spoon a continuum transfunctioner. Dippin’ Dots offers memorable, tasty treats that add pizzazz to the end of any meal and totally blow the minds of stodgy, traditionalist children.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Not valid for catering. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.