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Reservation-Only Boozy Ice Cream Parlor Opens Up in Dallas

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Bri Calloway is an ice cream artist. She started her small business, Ice Cream Wasted, in Plano, and now, she’s opened a new location in the Bishop Arts District in Dallas. The original location will now become a manufacturing site, while the Dallas parlor will hold reservation-only tastings where customers will partake in decadent desserts, many of which are boozy!

According to the Ice Cream Wasted website, their general tastings cost $35, and they sell out quickly. But, this unique parlor also offers special event tastings with a theme. There are a few spots left for their Summer Soiree featuring fruity flavors like pineapple upside-down colada, key lime-a-rita, toasted cojito, and a watermelon raspberry sorbet sandwich. The Dallas Observer writes that as the flavors vary greatly, the base of the desserts remain the same – “dairy free, egg free and made with 100 percent organic coconut milk.”

Calloway’s boozy ice creams are known to encourage bonding among customers. “I love the fact that I can usually get a group of strangers together who didn’t know a thing about each other before or maybe wouldn’t even look at each other on a regular day and get them to sit down and share a new experience, and most of them make friends,” she told the Observer.

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