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Coolhaus Ice Cream Truck

Coolhaus Ice Cream Truck

The other day, I came across the Coolhaus Ice Cream truck outside of Heath Ceramics during Heath’s Studio Sale. What a confluence of goodness.

From the Coolhaus website:

A Coolhaus is many things. It is an architecturally inspired ice cream sandwich. TheCoolhaus consists of all-natural handmade ice creams of classic and seasonal varieties or custom-made to suit your needs, packed between two cookies of your choice. TheCoolhaus is set in your hands in an edible wrapper custom-printed upon with edible ink to commemorate a place, person or event.

A Coolhaus is also an ice cream sandwich truck; a converted postal van with chrome rims (or Rem’s), a pink top, and a fold-down bar and table. The Coolhaus truck is happily driven by architects, designers, developers, artists, bakers, actors, writers, musicians and people from other walks of life.

A Coolhaus is also a thinker, a thinker about reclaiming public and urban space for eating and gathering, when and where it is least expected, or when it is invited to share its decadent treats with interested eaters. A Coolhaus is an innovator about how to reinvent or redesign food with epicurian sensibility but also with a search for sustainability and minimal waste. A Coolhaus is passionate about food, where it comes from, how it is made, and how it is given to the eater. A Coolhaus has a curiosity for the day-to-day gastro-experience and a devotion to the public for social merriment.

ice cream sandwichI ordered chocolate chip cookies with Red Velvet ice cream and got six pasta bowls at Heath Ceramics.

coolhaus menu

Coolhaus menu

  • Evan

    Awesome! SF has some great ice cream spots, but none that bring the ice cream to you in a truck. You win this round LA.

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