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$1 Ice Cream Cones at Three Twins on Saturday!

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There’s nothing better than ice cream.  Wait, I take that back.  There’s nothing better than organic ice cream.  You know, good for the earth and the animals and all that shit.  BUT wait again.  There’s nothing better than CHEAP, organic ice cream.  Good thing Three Twins is turning one this Saturday!  From 11am – 11pm, stop in to celebrate with $1 cones.  Only got a fiver?  I think you can definitely do five scoops.  Binging has never been so budget-friendly, guys.

There will also be extra special flavors in honor of Saturday’s first annual Harvey Milk Day, like “Harvey Milk & Cookies” and “Rainbow Sherbet” (get it?).  BTW, for a full list of Harvey Milk Day activities, including a street fair, a FREE screening of “Milk” at the Castro Theatre, and a very typical San Francisco-sounding tricycle race, check this out.   Ice cream and Harvey — not too shabby for a Saturday.

$1 Cone Day at Three Twins Ice Cream 254 Fillmore St. [Lower Haight]
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