food + drink

Cool Down With Hot Popsicles

Cindy's hosts a popsicle pop-up!


If you can’t stand the heat, go eat a popsicle! Sure, we know that’s not how the saying goes, but we thought this was more fun. So in this case, instead of getting out of the kitchen, head out in front of the CAA to get a gourmet popsicle from Cindy’s executive pastry chef Jove Hubbard.

Jove T’s Pop Shop pops up each Saturday starting June 18 from noon to 2 p.m. in front of the CAA across from Millennium Park. Each week, Hubbard will showcase a variety of new frozen treats, some boozy, some not — all delicious. Each will cost $3 ($4 for the boozy variety) and proceeds will benefit Equality Florida‘s donation drive to help families of the shooting at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub.

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