Something Amazing Just Popped Up

Imagine gelato, sorbet or frozen yogurt made fresh daily, using only hormone-free milk, locally sourced ingredients, no high-fructose corn syrup, gluten free (depending on your creations), no artificial colorings or flavorings and preservative free.  Not only that, what if it came on a stick and (control freaks get ready) you could customize it to your own personal taste by dipping it in chocolate, rolling it in stuff like pistachios and brownie chunks and biscotti chunks.

Oh, now you’re listening.

I’d like to introduce you to my new best friend Popbar.  Here’s how it works.  You choose your basic popbar and then pick your “poppings” (their word, not mine).  Poppings include almonds, hazelnuts, pistachios, shredded coconut, granola, coffee grains, biscotti crumbles and brownie chunks.  If that is not enough, then you get to choose a signature dip dark chocolate, milk chocolate or white chocolate.  Double dipping is not only allowed, it’s encouraged.

If you’re not in the mood to make your own, don’t worry they have many pre-made flavors to choose from.  And by pre-made, I mean made that day. As in, just before you walked in to Popbar, some dedicated Pop-nician (my word) was lovingly slathering chocolate and brownies on the gelato you were dreaming of. It’s like they’re reading your mind.

From vanilla gelato dipped in chocolate with drizzled chocolate on the bottom to chocolate gelato dipped in dark chocolate with hazlenut poppings, the choices are pretty much endless. You can even go guilt-free with their popsorbetto, made with 100% fruit. Which is fine. More brownie chunks for me.

Check them out at http://www.pop-bar.com

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