text: Ice Cream Factory
April 28, 2016

It's a generally accepted practice to prepare ice cream in a kitchen with a floor.

I casually tested the waters on this matter while in the health inspector's office. Playing it unbelievably cool, I wondered out loud, "Sure, non-porous floors are great, but I bet it would be ALMOST as code compliant to cook above piles of construction debris." The sharp look the clerk gave me told me everything I needed to know: floors are a required kitchen element AND my sunglasses look really awesome.

Today the fine folks at D&D Concrete started pouring our new floors, and they're looking fantastic.

Incidentally, I decided to make a poster for D&D Concrete.

Once the floors have been poured, facade demolition will begin!

Hours of
operation
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Closed
Thursday 12pm - 9pm
Friday 12pm - 9pm
Saturday 12pm - 9pm
267-ICE-HERO
267-423-4376
4369 Main Street
Philadelphia, PA
Currently playing on Wall-O-Vision
Contra

Though it is most widely remembered as a home console game, 1987's Contra was originally released as an arcade title. Considered by some to be the definitive sidescrolling run and gun action game, Contra pits protagonists Bill Rizer and Lance Bean against the alien-controlled Red Falcon Organization.