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Cow Tipping Creamery Will Serve Its Last Bubble Cones On Friday

That is, of course, until it returns early next year

So long, bubble cones
Jeff Amador

After making its way to Dallas from Austin earlier this year, Cow Tipping Creamery will undergo some pretty major changes in 2017, like opening a shop at the swanky Dallas Cowboys development in Frisco. But first, they’ve got to close the location in East Dallas.

A post to Cow Tipping Creamery’s Facebook page indicates that the shop expects to run out of ice cream by Friday, December 30, which means that you’ll need to get to East Dallas in a hurry if you’ve been dying for one of those bubble cones. Scope out the full farewell post below:

Fortunately for soft-serve enthusiasts, the original truck where Cow Tipping Creamery got its start in Austin will head to Dallas to serve ice cream outside Cane Rosso’s Carrollton location as soon as it is ready for the road. At present, Cow Tipping Creamery expects for it to be operational at some point in early January.

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