Free Ice Cream at The Frieze This Sunday

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The Frieze in Plantation is celebrating their first anniversary this Sunday, August 28th with free ice cream.

From 3-5 p.m. The Frieze will give a free regular sized ice cream to everyone who visits. The timing is perfect since The Weather Channel predicts temperatures soaring to a high of 94 degrees this weekend.

The Frieze has been making their own fresh ice cream from natural

ingredients like fresh 16% butterfat cream, Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee

and real peaches, since they opened their first shop in South Beach in

1987. Sorbets are made with purified water and fresh fruit, like Indian

mangoes. All items are kosher (dairy) and pareve (sorbet).

The Frieze also has a birthday club where you'll receive a birthday gift, discounts and news of special flavors.

Remember, this offer is good only at their Plantation location, so enjoy.

Plantation Towne Square, 6967 W. Broward Boulevard, Plantation.

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