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Rolled ice cream arrives in Redwood City

Uploaded: Jun 26, 2019
Ice cream shop Rolled Up Creamery is now open at 2621 Broadway St. in downtown Redwood City.

If you're unfamiliar with the concept, Thai-style rolled ice cream is made by pouring an ice cream base onto a flat, cold surface, mixing in desired add-ins, scraping and chopping it repeatedly and then rolling it into papyrus scroll-shaped servings. 

A Redwood City native who graduated from Woodside High School in 2007 opened Rolled Up Creamery after trying it in New York City, according to the shop's Yelp page.

The ice cream shop is open daily from 12:30-8:30 p.m. and until 10 p.m. Thursday-Saturday.
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Posted by charles reilly, a resident of another community,
on Jun 26, 2019 at 7:30 pm


hi @elenakadvany ! I passed by Rolled Up Creamery and thought of this blog ! It's in an OK location and very close to the CalTrain parking lot, which is free on the weekends and evenings. Also close-by are a few popular restaurants and a bunch of new, upscale apartment buildings. Soon, the Zuckerberg Foundation building will open. (among others). Huge opportunities for restaurants, bars, pubs, wine bars, beer joints etc. But, beware .... Redwood City remains a "working" town with not a necktie or tuxedo in sight !


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