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July 6th, 2012

Where The Cool Kids Dwell

What does Gin & Tonic ice cream taste like?

Your iPhone case is monogrammed and your Prius practically does your recycling for you.

We’ve grown accustomed to customized, so what better way to get exactly what you want than at a build your own ice cream sandwich stop like Coolhaus? Situated in a vintage trailer in a lot at East 6th and Waller, you can concoct your perfect chill-out treat by mixing and matching the kitsch and delish flavors like gluten-free coconut almond cookie with balsamic fig and mascarpone ice cream, or taste adventure combos like gin and tonic sandwiched by vegan ginger molasses. Local farmer’s market ingreds keep each sammie fresh and a list of pairing suggestions help narrow down the bevy of possibilities. Even the wrapper is edible.

Your vanity license plate will look super cool peeling out of the trailer park gravel.

(Follow @CoolhausATX or this page for a secret daily password for $1 off sandwiches.)

Sample Coolhaus at Stag Men's Freedom Ain't Free Flea Market tomorrow, July 7th, from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 

Also available pre-made at East Side Market, Hillside Farmacy, The 263 Restaurant & Provisions, Whip In, Couch Potato, Hyde Park Market, Thom's Market, East Village Cafe, the Co-op and Royal Blue Grocery.

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