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katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:
Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!
Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  
This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  

katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 1:

Perfect end of summer Labor Day Staycation activity?? Ice Cream Crawl your city!

Yesterday my friends aliciasquared and I went on a little ice cream crawl around DC.  We started out at the newish Dolcezza Gelato Factory and Lab by Union Market. On Saturday and Sundays you can take a tour of the factory, then follow it up with a couple scoops.  

This place definitely had the dreamiest decor of the bunch—and a great location by all the other find food stuffs at Union Market.  There flavors run more traditional and pure, though they do collabs with chefs around the city that you can find in those chefs restaurants.  


katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:
After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:
Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 
Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:
Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 
Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 
Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. 

katiefielding:

Ice Cream Crawl Part 2:

After the tour at Dolcezza we climbed in my mini and set about to the next four stops:

  1. Pitango Gelato: We went to the Capital Hill location, but there are several more around town. 
  2. Ice Cream Jubilee: Located at the new development in the Navy Yard. 
  3. Milt Cult:  We found this sandwhich at Glens Garden Market, but we had first stopped at Little Red Fox which was also supposed to have them.  They didn’t but did have their own house made ice cream sandwhich that we didn’t try.  
  4. Trickling Springs Creamery: Back where we started at Union Market. 

Ill save you all the details, but here is my Good/Bad/Ugly:

Good: Tricking Springs has the creamiest ice cream, and Ice Cream Jubilee had the most interesting flavors.  Going to either of these locations will make you happy. 

Bad: We pitted ice cream versus gelato.  Gelato is gonna be smoother, while ice cream is gonna be creamier.  Maybe this wasn’t a fair test. 

Ugly: Sorry Milk Cult. I REALLY wanted to like you.  Great packaging? Check.  Interesting concept? Check. But the ice cream was too icy, and the corn flake concoction was too sweet.  This doesn’t mean I don’t want to try your more traditional vanilla on chocolate wafer, but I am not gonna go hunting around town for it. 


ellithor:

This is one of my favorite spots in the world. It’s as far removed from anything as you can get. This is the end of the road, hemmed in between big mountains and gets completely snowed in during the winter time. The only one living there is a though old lady and her teenage son…This is Sofia Mulanovich enjoying Betty’s Beach.  
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ellithor:

This is one of my favorite spots in the world. It’s as far removed from anything as you can get. This is the end of the road, hemmed in between big mountains and gets completely snowed in during the winter time. The only one living there is a though old lady and her teenage son…This is Sofia Mulanovich enjoying Betty’s Beach.  


A spin on @katief’s #BYOmug, on 8/30, we’ll be ditching those mugs and hopping around DC to explore the local coffee scene. Many of us have our faves, and now we’ll get a chance to share those experiences and talk daily grind with the rest of the @igdc community. More details coming soon! #DitchYourMugIM View Larger

A spin on @katief’s #BYOmug, on 8/30, we’ll be ditching those mugs and hopping around DC to explore the local coffee scene. Many of us have our faves, and now we’ll get a chance to share those experiences and talk daily grind with the rest of the @igdc community. More details coming soon! #DitchYourMugIM