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Downtown Finally Gets Ice Cream Shop!

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It's about time! A gelataria (Italian ice cream shop) has opened next to the Residence Inn near the G-Fox building.

It's open at night and on Saturdays.

Technically, there is a yougurt shop in Cityplace, but it is on the second floor inside and open less often than a bank!

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It's about time! A gelataria (Italian ice cream shop) has opened next to the Residence Inn near the G-Fox building.

It's open at night and on Saturdays.

Technically, there is a yougurt shop in Cityplace, but it is on the second floor inside and open less often than a bank!

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Great news! Ive always thought downtown needed an ice cream shop. It does quite QUITE warm in southern New England in the summers.

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I was taking a boating class at CCC and saw that. they have a liquor license too, right?

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Great news! Ive always thought downtown needed an ice cream shop. It does quite QUITE warm in southern New England in the summers.

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We are so overdue for a Ben and Jerry's.

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That is a franchise. I looked into them before. Pretty pricey though. Any entreprenuers out there that have the funds? B&J would do great Downtown in my humble opinion.

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I think several years ago there was a Ben and Jerry's in State House Square, it eventually went out of business

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It's about time! A gelataria (Italian ice cream shop) has opened next to the Residence Inn near the G-Fox building.

It's open at night and on Saturdays.

Technically, there is a yougurt shop in Cityplace, but it is on the second floor inside and open less often than a bank!

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If anywhere, it's gotta be Front Street. Although a Maggie Moos or Cold Stone Creamery would do the trick too...

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This is one I think we really should think locally. A branch of the UCONN Dairy barn would be the best for Front Street.

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