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Crafting artisan ice creams is a task fit for one with an artist's eyes and a curator's sensibility for flavor profiles. Today's side deal takes ice cream to new places with $20 worth of homemade creations from Full Tilt Ice Cream for $10. Stop by either of Full Tilt's White Center or Columbia City locations for the sweet concoctions that earned a Best Ice Cream of Western Washington award from CityVoters in 2009. A true community shop, Full Tilt welcomes local bands after hours on Fridays and Saturdays, features a monthly art walk of local artists, and supports schools and nonprofits through ice-cream peddling.
Stop in for some vintage pinball, old-school videogames, and a cup of blue moon ice cream. Send your unsuspecting palate a love letter from such frozen flavors as ube, birthday cake, horchata, Thai tea, salted caramel, coffee Oreo, Mexican chocolate, and dependable stand-bys vanilla and rocky-road overload. There are also a handful of vegan options made with coconut milk. A single serving of sweetness is $2.75. Indulge your most exotic sweet tooth and leave uncanny ice-cream concepts to professional ice creamatiers.
- Full Tilt's outrageously original ice cream will make your taste buds sing and dance – Leslie Kelly, Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. May purchase multiple as gifts. No cash back. Tax & gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Full Tilt Ice Cream
It's hard to go back home after a trip to Full Tilt Ice Cream, unless your home also happens to be an ice cream shop, a pinball and video arcade, a live music venue, an art gallery, and a bar. Founded in White Center in 2008 by imaginative duo Ann Magyar and Justin Cline, Full Tilt began as a humble artisan ice cream shop, where all creamy deserts were created from natural and local ingredients and walls were decorated with works by local artists. When a friend suggested they add a pinball arcade to the already popular shop, Magyar and Cline thought it was a grand idea, and the public obviously did too—before long Full Tilt blossomed into a franchise of neighborhood hangouts. And the food and fun isn't just aimed at kids either: Full Tilt also serves a diverse range of Northwestern beers and caters to the cultured masses with crafted music mixes and live performances.