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Eating Out - June 21, 2013

Sweet spot

Tin Pot Creamery taps owner's passion for baked goods and ice cream

by Elena Kadvany

Instead of using "best" or "sincerely," Becky Sunseri signs off on emails with such phrases as "Three Cheers for Ice Cream," or "Still Cheering for Ice Cream."

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Posted by Disappointed, a resident of Shoreline West
on Jun 23, 2013 at 4:18 pm

I went to the "newly opened" Tin Pot Cremery and discovered that I need to read articles to the very end.

Posted by Yummy, a resident of another community
on Aug 28, 2013 at 4:19 pm

Took my kids this summer to Tin Pot and it's our new favorite ice cream shop. The flavors are rich, intense & creamy, and the cones are so delicious you want to take home extras to eat later. They put edible eyes in the kids' ice cream, which the kids love. And since there's always a sorbet, their lactose-intolerant dad can join in the fun. Thank you, B. Sunseri for Tin Pot!

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