Thursday, November 20, 2008

Ice cream pies, latest business shuffle

First, the important news (to me, anyway): Just in time for the holidays, Molly Moon's is serving up ice cream pies to go. Right now, they have pumpkin clove ice cream in a graham cracker crust, but in a couple of weeks, there'll be some peppermint ice cream pies as well. Having already tried the pumpkin clove ice cream pie, I can say that it's quite delicious, although would probably benefit from a dollop of whipped cream.
In other news, neighborhood institution and Seattle's oldest hardware store Tweedy & Popp will soon be vacating their longtime home on 45th Street, but fear not—they're just moving to Wallingford Center. While I'm certainly glad that Wallingford Center will have a new tenant with such built-in goodwill from the neighborhood, I'm wondering how Tweedy & Popp's ambience of dusty shelves will fit in with the sunnier aesthetic of Wallingford Center.

Finally, anyone know what's going on with High Maintenance Bitch? Their door recently sported a rent-due notice from the building's landlord, and the store seemed oddly unoccupied during business hours. Send any tips our way.

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Hawk said...
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Hawk said...

I've ALWAYS wondered about that place...(High Maintenance). I've never ever seen it open, no matter what time of day I walk past it. So weird.