It's set to open in the fall.
The two sister franchises promise ice cream sandwiches with house-made cookies and coffee roasted and brewed before your eyes.
Due to the last minute nature of the city and how it signs off on inspections, the shop opened unexpectedly over the weekend.
Though Old Man Winter still has one last wallop left in him, brain-freeze fodder flourishes.
The purveyors of creamy, yet dairy-free, excellent sorbet are in trouble.
In addition to ice cream, the new shop serves waffles, coffee, and bagels.
You're going to need it as long as the weather stays this hot.
In honor of the celebration of design, the burger joint's rolling out free concretes.
Chef Darby Aldaco is ditching the frozen veggie burgers to make his own.
The New York ice cream sensation might team up with chefs from Animal and Kogi while visiting town in October.
Today's edition of Tasting Table brings a mini-review of the revived Sketch Ice Cream in Berkeley, in which Jonathan Kauffman raves, "One taste was all it took to declare that the [soft-serve] ice cream is as marvelous as we remember....
They do soft-serve only, but it's not for novelty's sake.
This has to be good news when it's 20 degrees hotter than Scoops Westside.
It would be right outside the soft-serve window.
Sometimes regular old ice cream and popsicles just don't cut it.