Friday, July 27, 2012

It Shall Be Known as Lulu's Shake Shoppe

Posted By on Fri, Jul 27, 2012 at 2:00 PM

Just a bit of follow-up regarding Kade Mislinski's new shake shop, which we told you about earlier this week. From the HUB Restaurant and Ice Creamery Facebook page:


We're proud to announce the October Opening of Lulu's Shake Shoppe between HUB & Playground on the south side of our building. Thick hand-crafted Milkshakes, tater-tots, fries and hot dogs all to go out of our pickup window.

Let us pause to take this all in. HUB's ice cream makes the hair on my neck stand up in a very good way; there's a high-end chocolate shop called the Chocolate Fox in the same building complex; and we live in Tucson, where cold things to eat are very nice to have. This combination of factors foreshadows delicious things.

I am excited. Have a good weekend.

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