Portland Street Creperie is bubbling over this summer

Ice cream for you, downtown Dartmouth

Portland Street Creperie’s dad and son duo has summer on the brain. Neil and Max Cook, who opened the Dartmouth cafe and all-day crepe joint in 2015, are adding a complementary iron-pressed element to their offerings next month when they’ll debut a bubble waffles and ice cream window within their 55 Portland Street location.

The made-daily bubble waffle cones—inspired by the traditional Hong Kong treat—will be available with chocolate or vanilla ice cream, and have the choice of a bunch of delicious toppings says Neil, who was hooked on the cones after a trip to Europe last year. “We were super inspired by what is going on with this delightful food. We actually waited in line for close to an hour at one location to try them and we were not disappointed.”

He says PSC’s bubble cones will retail for $4.50 to $8, depending on how souped up they are. The window will debut May 5.

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